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Hibiya  日比谷

Year Opened 1964 Routes Served
Station ID C09, H07, I08 Transfers , JR
Platform Layout Each line has island platforms # of tracks Each line has 2 tracks
Previous Name   Right-of-way Subway
Points of Interest The namesake station for the Hibiya line. The Chiyoda and TOEI Mita lines also cross here. The Yurakucho subway line as well as JR station are also linked via passages.

Mita Line train, note the addition of half-height platform doors (7/08) tokyo-hr-C-hibiya-061003-02.jpg (308874 bytes)This JR equipped train is leaving Hibiya Station. (6/10/03)
Hibiya Line train departing (4/28/17) Hibiya Line train departing (4/28/17)
Hibiya Line train departing (4/28/17) Hibiya Line platform (4/28/17)
Entrance to Mita Line platform (4/28/17) Mita Line platform (4/28/17)
Mita Line train departing (4/28/17) Running for the Mita Line (4/28/17)


To Ayase To: Yoyogi-Uehara
Nijubashimae Kasumigaseki
To: Kita-Senju To: Naka-Meguro
Ginza Kasumigaseki
Nishi-Takashimadaira Meguro
Otemachi Uchisaiwaicho

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