Facts and Figures

Operator TOEI
System Type Metro
Year Opened 1960
# of Lines 4
# of Cars
Mileage 121.5 km
Gauge 1067, 1372, 1435mm
Stations 106
Power Overhead, LIM
Fare Media Farecards
Website English Site
Data Date 2010
1st Visit 12/1990
Last Visit 10/2010
% Rode 85%

Asian Transit > Japan > Tokyo > Subways
TOEI Lines


The TOEI system is the smaller subway system in Tokyo.  It is run by the Bureau of Transportation, Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

The TOEI Asakusa line was the first line that introduced thru running of commuter railways into the subway. This is now normal for most of Tokyo's subway lines. The TOEI consists of the Asakusa, Mita, Shinjuku, and O-Edo Lines.

I have broken this section up by route. 


  • Asakusa (7 stations featured)
  • Mita (7 stations featured)



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