Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line

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Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Logo of Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line.svg
Tokyo Metro Akihabara station 2019-04-03.jpg
A Tokyo Metro 13000 series at Akihabara station
Overview
Native name東京メトロ日比谷線
OwnerTokyo Metro
LocaleTokyo
TerminiNaka-Meguro
Kita-Senju
Stations22
Service
TypeRapid transit
Depot(s)Senju, Takenotsuka
Rolling stockTokyo Metro 13000 series
Tobu 70000 series
Daily ridership1,213,492 (2017)[1]
History
OpenedMarch 28, 1961
Technical
Line length20.3 km (12.6 mi)
Track gauge1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Electrification1,500 V DC overhead catenary
Operating speed80 km/h (50 mph)
Route map
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The Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (東京メトロ日比谷線, Tōkyō Metoro Hibiya-sen) is a subway line in Tokyo, Japan, owned and is operated by the Tokyo Metro. The line was named after the Hibiya area in Chiyoda's Yurakucho district, under which it passes.

Stations[change | change source]

No. Station Japanese Distance (km) Transfers Location
Between
stations
From H-01
H01 Naka-meguro[* 1] 中目黒 - 0.0 Tōkyū Tōyoko Line Meguro
H02 Ebisu 恵比寿 1.0 1.0 Shibuya
H03 Hiro-o 広尾 1.5 2.5   Minato
H04 Roppongi 六本木 1.7 4.2 E Toei Oedo Line (E-23)
H05 Kamiyacho 神谷町 1.5 5.7  
H06 Toranomon Hills[2] 虎ノ門ヒルズ 0.8 6.5
H07 Kasumigaseki 霞ケ関 0.5 7.0 Chiyoda
H08 Hibiya 日比谷 1.2 8.2
H09 Ginza 銀座 0.4 8.6
Chūō
H10 Higashi-ginza 東銀座 0.4 9.0 A Toei Asakusa Line (A-11)
H11 Tsukiji 築地 0.6 9.6 Y Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line (Shintomicho: Y-20)
H12 Hatchobori 八丁堀 1.0 10.6 JE Keiyō Line
H13 Kayabacho 茅場町 0.5 11.1 T Tokyo Metro Tozai Line (T-11)
H14 Ningyocho 人形町 0.9 12.0
H15 Kodemmacho 小伝馬町 0.6 12.6  
H16 Akihabara 秋葉原 0.9 13.5 Chiyoda
H17 Naka-okachimachi 仲御徒町 1.0 14.5 Taitō
H18 Ueno 上野 0.5 15.0
H19 Iriya 入谷 1.2 16.2  
H20 Minowa 三ノ輪 1.2 17.4  
H21 Minami-senju 南千住 0.8 18.2
Arakawa
H22 Kita-senju[* 2] 北千住 2.1 20.3 Adachi
Through-service to/from Tobu Skytree Line to Tōbu-Dōbutsu-Kōen and to Minami-Kurihashi via the Tobu Nikko Line
  1. Naka-meguro is shared by both Tokyu and Tokyo Metro; Tokyu manages the station.
  2. Kita-senju is shared by both Tobu Railway and Tokyo Metro; Tobu Railway manages the station.

References[change | change source]

  1. Tokyo Metro station ridership in 2010 Train Media (sourced from Tokyo Metro) Retrieved July 23, 2018.
  2. 日比谷線新駅の名称を「虎ノ門ヒルズ駅」に決定しました! [The name for the Hibiya Line new station has been finalised to be "Toranomon Hills Station"!] (PDF). Tokyo Metro. 5 December 2018.

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