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Omotesando  表参道

Year Opened 1938 Routes Served
Station ID C04; G02; Z02 Transfers  
Platform Layout C: 1 island Platform
G/Z: 2 island platforms
# of tracks C: 2 tracks
G/Z: 4 tracks
Previous Name   Right-of-way Subway
Points of Interest The Ginza and Hanzomon lines have cross platform transfers here. The Ginza trains are on the inner tracks, Hanzomon on the outer. This station clearly shows that the Ginza line trains are much shorter in length then the newer subway lines. The Chiyoda line is on a different level. This station serves an exclusive shopping district.

Ginza train arriving (9/28/10) Hanzomon train departing (9/28/10)
Ginza Line train departing (4/28/17) Ginza Line train departing (4/28/17)
Ginza/Hanzomon Station platform (4/28/17) Ginza/Hanzomon Station platform (4/28/17)
Ginza/Hanzomon Station platform (4/28/17) Hanzomon Line train arriving (4/28/17)
Ginza line side (10/19/18) Ginza line side (5/2518)
Platform (5/25/18) Ginza line side (5/25/18)
Ginza line side (5/25/18) Honzomon line side (10/19/18)
Platform (10/19/18) Honzomon line side (10/19/18)


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