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The name "Myogadani" at Myogadani Station is derived from the place name Myogadani, which created a valley between the Koishikawa plateau and the Kohinata plateau.

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Japan > Tokyo > Bunkyo > Koishikawa

Koishikawa(Koishikawa) isTokyoBunkyo OfTown name[1].. Or oldTokyo cityKoishikawa-kuRefers to the range ofArea name.

Koishikawa (region)

TokyoBunkyoThe range is about the western half ofEdo-Tokyo OfYamateIt is one of the areas that make up.KoishikawaShiba-Azabu-Akasaka-Yotsuya-Ushigome-HongoAlong withTokyo YamateIt is an area that forms the outer shell of.generallyOld city of TokyoLowlandcompared toHillYamate is the old division that occupies most of.Therefore oldKoishikawa-kuThe Koishikawa area, which belongs to, corresponds to Yamate.

Hongo WardEven after the merger withHouse displayBefore the implementation, "Koishikawa XX Town" and most of the towns in the former Koishikawa-ku used to be named Koishikawa.Currently, it inherits the ward and town boundaries of the time under the jurisdiction of the town council, police station, fire station, tax office, etc.

Known to konjacGenkakuji,DenshoinWhereabouts.Koishikawa Korakuen(Historic sites / scenic spots)KorakuIn addition, Koishikawa Botanical Garden (Botanical Garden, Graduate School of Science, The University of Tokyo) IsHakusanLocated in.Ishikawa Tochigi,Roh KodaSettled here.


The Bunkyo areaHojoThere was a place name of "Koishikawa" in the document at that time when it was dominated by[2].

Edo Period,Musashi countryToshimaKoishikawa villageEdoLocated on the north side ofDenshoin OfTempleIt is said that it was.The name of Koishikawa is said to have come from the fact that there were many pebbles and sand in the river in front of Denzuin.[Source required].

1878Was established inTokyo 15 Ward OfKoishikawa-kuWas established in areas such as Yachiyo Town, Yanagi Town, Tomisaka, Hatsune Town, Takehaya Town, and Kuken Town (this area is slightly different from the area of ​​the former Koishikawa Village).Koishikawa-ku, which has an artillery arsenal, has undergone a major transformation from a "quiet suburb" to a "region that incorporates the influx of workers' residences and famous liquor stores" due to industrialization after the middle of the Meiji era.[3].

1889With the enforcement of the town and village system ofKita-Toshima DistrictKoishikawa Village, Zoshigaya Village,Sugamo Village,TakadaEach part of is merged and newTokyoTokyo cityIt became Koishikawa-ku.In addition, part of the former Koishikawa-ku and part of Koishikawa-mura, Kitatoshima-gun are Takada-mura, Kitatoshima-gun (1920Since then, Takada Town), and part of the former Koishikawa-ku is Kitatoshima-gun.Sugamo TownIt was merged into (a town different from the aforementioned Nishisugamo village).

1947,Hongo WardMerged withBunkyoBecomes


Koishikawa (town name)

Koishikawa areaLocated in the southeast.Most of themResidential areasIs.The current administrative place names are Koishikawa XNUMX-chome to Koishikawa XNUMX-chome.

Land price

The land price of the residential area is January 2017, 29 (Heisei 1).Official land priceAccording to Koishikawa 2-9-13, 84 yen / m2It has become.

Number of households and population

The number of households and population as of August 2019, 8 (the first year of Reiwa) are as follows.[5].

ChomeThe number of householdspopulation
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome1,872 household3,619
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome2,140 household3,930
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome2,720 household5,585
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome1,897 household3,875
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome3,127 household5,934
meter11,756 household22,943

Elementary and junior high school districts

When attending municipal elementary and junior high schools, the school districts are as follows[8][9].

Chomeaddressprimary schoolJunior high school
Koishikawa XNUMX-chomeNo. 25-4 (partial)
No. 25 No. 5-9
Bunkyo Ward Yanagicho Elementary SchoolBunkyo Ward Meidai Junior High School
9 to 24
No. 25 No. 1-3
No. 25-4 (partial)
No. 25 No. 10-15
26 to 28
Bunkyo Ward Third Junior High School
OtherBunkyo Ward Rekisen Elementary School
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome1 to 17
No. 18 No. 1-2
No. 18 No. 24
19 to 22
OtherBunkyo Ward Yanagicho Elementary School
Koishikawa XNUMX-chomeNo. 23 No. 4-7
No. 24 No. 3-15
No. 30 No. 6
No. 31 No. 4-6
33 to 39
Bunkyo Ward Meidai Junior High School
26th 1-2, 14-24
27 to 29
30th 2-3, 9-13
31th 1-3, 7-12
Bunkyo Ward Third Junior High School
1 to 5
No. 6 No. 1-6
No. 8-10 (partial)
No. 8 No. 11-17
9 to 22
23th 1-3, 8-9
24th 1-2, 16-17
26th No. 3 and 8-13
Bunkyo Ward Rekisen Elementary School
No. 6 No. 7-15Kanatomi Elementary School, Bunkyo WardBunkyo Ward Meidai Junior High School
OtherBunkyo Ward Rekisen Elementary School
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome1 to 6Kanatomi Elementary School, Bunkyo Ward
7 to 14
No. 15 No. 9-16
No. 16 No. 21-24
Bunkyo Ward Yanagicho Elementary School
Nos. 15 6-8, 17
16th No. 11 and 13-14
Kubomachi Elementary School, Bunkyo WardBunkyo Ward Daiichi Junior High School
OtherBunkyo Ward Meidai Junior High School
Koishikawa XNUMX-chome10th 1-3, 17-20
No. 10-4 (partial)
No. 40 No. 16-17
No. 40-18 (partial)
41th 1-3, 11-15
OtherBunkyo Ward Daiichi Junior High School








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  1. ^ "Kakugawa Japanese Place Name Dictionary 13 Tokyo",Kadokawa Shoten,1991Reprint, p.989
  2. ^ History of Bunkyo Ward Bunkyo
  3. ^ Satoshi Kimata, "Modern Japanese Literature Magazine of <Image>" (Soubunsha Publishing, 1988, p. 112)
  4. ^ "Bunkyo Statistics-The 51st Bunkyo Statistics (30)”. Bunkyo Ward (January 2019, 1). 2019/9/1Browse.
  5. ^ a b "Bunkyo Ward Demographic Data-Households and Population by Chocho (Basic Resident Register) (as of 1st of every month)”. Bunkyo Ward (January 2019, 8). 2019/9/1Browse.
  6. ^ "Zip Code". Japan Post. 2019/8/30Browse.
  7. ^ "List of area codes”. Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. 2018/1/5Browse.
  8. ^ "Elementary school school district”. Bunkyo Ward (January 2014, 11). 2019/9/1Browse.
  9. ^ "Junior high school school district”. Bunkyo Ward (January 2013, 11). 2019/9/1Browse.

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Myogadani Station

Myogadani Station(Myogada Nieki) isTokyoBunkyoKohinataIn XNUMX-chome,Tokyo subway(Tokyo Metro)Marunouchi Line Ofstation.Station number TheM 23.


The tentative name at the time of planning is "Shimizudani StationHowever, in the nearest areaTodenThere is a bus stop in front of the University of Education (1910-1971), next to it.ShimizudanichoThere was a bus stop.Local residentsTakushoku UniversityIs the locationMakutani TownBy the way,Myogadani StationMake a petition to say[3],Koishikawa Vehicle BaseIt was decided to be "Myogadani Station" because it has the meaning of commemorating the Myogadani that was reclaimed for construction.[Annotation 1]..In addition, all the town namesHouse displayAfter the implementation, it will be "Kohinata".

Chronological Table

Station structure

Relative homeHave two lines on one sideUnderground stationHowever, a building (Myogadani Station MF Building) was built on the upper part of the platform on the Ikebukuro side, and it is a semi-underground semi-ground that is rare in subway stations.Currently, there is a ground line between this station and Korakuen station, and the platform is adjacent to the subway tunnel exit and is on the ground.The part corresponding to the basement is the basement of the station building.Ticket gateIs also located on the ground.The entire station building is an office building "Magaya Station MF Building", which has a structure with 1 basement floor and 8 floors above ground, and the station facilities use 1st basement floor to 2nd floor above ground, 7th floor and 8th floor.[12]..There is a Koishikawa vehicle base on the ground to the south of the station, for entry and exit.Crossing lineThere is[13]..Using this, it is possible to return from the direction of Ogikubo at this station.

At the beginning of the opening, the platform for the Ikebukuro area was 4 m long for a 80-car train, and the platform for Ogikubo was 97 m (including the signal station).[5][14]..Assuming a 6-car train in the future, an extension space of 40 m in the direction of Ikebukuro and 13 m in the direction of Ogikubo (extended space near Ogikubo Station) was secured.[5].. In 1960 (Showa 35), the platform was extended 30 m in the direction of Ikebukuro and 10.1 m in the direction of Ogikubo to support 6-car trains.[5].

The station building at the time of openingReinforced concreteAlthough it was a two-story building above the ground, the station facilities and crew facilities that live together have become narrower, so station improvement work was carried out from March 2 to May 1993.[6], The station building was newly constructed and the platform was widened (Shinjuku area: 6.0 m → 6.99 m, Ikebukuro area: 6.0 m → 6.39 m).[12][6]..In addition, station improvement work from the time of opening in 1998[6]Until then, the platform was connected to the exit of the tunnel to Ikebukuro, and the stairs from the ground floor were the ground station connecting to the end of the platform on the Ikebukuro side.

Bus stop

1M Marunouchi LineKorakuen-Otemachi-Tokyo-Ginza-Shinjuku-Ogikuboaspect

(Source:Tokyo Metro: Floor plan

On July 1995, 7 at Ikebukuro StationTurnoutWhen replacement work is carried outIkebukuro Station - Shin-Otsuka StationThe train was suspended from the Ogikubo area, and the train from the Ogikubo area entered Line 2 from the crossover line and turned back, and Line 1 was used as the departure and arrival platform for the section train between this station and Shin-Otsuka Station.[15].

Departure sign sound

At each station on the Marunouchi lineOne-man drivingWith the start ofDeparture melodyHas been introduced, and this station was also introduced around February 2009.[Annotation 2]However, due to complaints from neighboring residents, it was discontinued in about a month.

After that, from December 2009, 12, except for midnight and early morning (21:22-7:30 the next day), the conventional departure buzzer was resumed.[16]..Since then, this station has become the only station on the Marunouchi line that always uses the departure buzzer.[Annotation 3]..However, the buzzer is omitted in the middle of the night and early in the morning, and the vehicle departs without a signal (2000 seriesFor trains operated by, only this station during this timeIn-car automatic broadcastingAnnounce the departure).

The departure melody used at this station will be later.Honancho StationIt is diverted to.

Usage situation

2021Daily average of degreesGetting on and offpersonnel The57,275Is[17], 130th out of 52 Tokyo Metro stations.

Average daily boarding and alighting in recent yearsBoarding personnelThe transition is as shown in the table below.

Daily average boarding/alighting personnel by year[18]
年度Daily average
Boarding and alighting personnel[19]
Daily average
Boarding personnel[20]
1990 (Heisei02 years)66,88832,686[*35]
1991 (Heisei03 years)68,87732,516[*36]
1992 (Heisei04 years)68,34233,093[*37]
1993 (Heisei05 years)66,84433,181[*38]
1994 (Heisei06 years)66,37132,959[*39]
1995 (Heisei07 years)65,15432,746[*40]
1996 (Heisei08 years)64,48032,389[*41]
1997 (Heisei09 years)62,80231,674[*42]
2019 (first year of Reiwa)78,17938,888[*64]
2020 (Reiwa02 years)48,571
2021 (Reiwa03 years)57,275

Around the station

Bus route

In front of Myogadani Station (in front of Takushoku University)Stop

Toei Bus

《Northwest direction》

 Miyako 02 

 Miyako 02 

《Southeast direction》

 Miyako 02 

 Miyako 02 

Myogadani Station Stop

Bunkyo Ward Community Bus B-guru (Circular bus) (OperatingHitachi Motor TransportationEntrusted to)


Next station

Tokyo Subway (Tokyo Metro)
M Marunouchi Line
Korakuen Station (M 22)- Myogadani Station (M 23) - Shin-Otsuka Station (M24)


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注 釈

  1. ^ The morning edition of the Yomiuri Shimbun, published on January 1954, 1, states that "I decided to go to" Myogadani "station just to commemorate the Myogadani that was buried for the garage."[4].
  2. ^ The first line of the song is "Special Guest" (Hiroshi Shiozuka(Composer), Line 2 is "The Train of Hope" (Naoya FukushimaComposition).
  3. ^ The departure buzzer itself is also used at Shinjuku Station and Ikebukuro Station only during rush hours.


  1. ^ a b Tokyo subway Extracted from the official website (viewed on May 2019, 5)
  2. ^ a b History of Teito High Speed ​​Transportation Corps, Pp.36 ・ 571.
  3. ^ “Myogadani claims that the locals are“ Myogadani ”subway“ Shimizudani ”station The company side also has a headache”. Yomiuri Shimbun (Yomiuri Shimbun): p. 6 (morning edition). (June 1953, 9) 
  4. ^ “(Voice of the city) Answer from the subway side”. Yomiuri Shimbun (Yomiuri Shimbun): p. 6 Morning edition. (December 1954, 1) 
  5. ^ a b c d e f Ayumi of the Teito Rapid Transit Authority Construction Department [Civil Engineering Edition], Pp.248 --250.
  6. ^ a b c d e f History of Teito High Speed ​​Transportation Corps, Pp.237 --238.
  7. ^ Editorial department "TOPIC PHOTOS" "Railway pictorial』Volume 48 No. 4 (Volume No. 651),Electric Vehicle Study Group, March 1998, 4, p. 1, ISSN 0040 – 4047.
  8. ^ History of Teito High Speed ​​Transportation Corps, P.239.
  9. ^ History of Teito High Speed ​​Transportation Corps, P.349.
  10. ^ “From “Underground Subway” to “Tokyo Metro”” (Japanese) (Press Release), Teito Rapid Transit Authority, (January 2004, 1), originalArchived as of October 2006, 7., https://web.archive.org/web/20060708164650/https://www.tokyometro.jp/news/s2004/2004-06.html 2020/3/25Browse. 
  11. ^ "PASMO will start service on Sunday, March 3th-Introduced by 18 railway operators and 23 bus operators, and will gradually expand-" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), PASMO Council / Pasmo, (December 2006, 12), originalArchived as of October 2020, 5., https://web.archive.org/web/20200501075147/https://www.tokyu.co.jp/file/061221_1.pdf 2020/5/5Browse. 
  12. ^ a b Ayumi of the Teito Rapid Transit Authority Construction Department [Architecture], Pp.276 --278.
  13. ^ "Railway sketch" "Railway pictorial』Volume 66 No. 12 (Volume No. 926),Electric Vehicle Study Group, December 2016, 12, Appendix at the end of the book, ISSN 0040 – 4047.
  14. ^ Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Construction History (Volume XNUMX), Pp.18 --20.
  15. ^ History of Teito High Speed ​​Transportation Corps, Pp.245 --246.
  16. ^ "(Stopping at each station) Myogadani Station Departs from the songless ground station". Asahi Shimbun (Asahi Shimbun). (March 2018, 10). originalArchived as of October 2020, 5.. https://web.archive.org/web/20200517163244/https://www.asahi.com/articles/ASL9F3DZ1L9FUTIL00G.html 2020/5/17Browse. 
  17. ^ Ranking of passengers at each station -Tokyo Metro
  18. ^ Bunkyo statistics --Bunkyo Ward
  19. ^ レポート -Kanto Transportation Advertising Council
  20. ^ Tokyo statistical yearbook - Tokyo
Tokyo statistical yearbook


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