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Tameike-Sannō Station

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G06 N06
Tameike-sanno Station

溜池山王駅
Tameike-Sanno-Station-Exit5.jpg
Exit5 in November 2018
Location2-11-1 Nagatacho, Chiyoda City, Tokyo
Japan
Operated by
Tokyo Metro logo.svg
Tokyo Metro
Line(s)
ConnectionsM14 C07 Kokkai-gijidomae Station
Other information
Station codeG-06, N-06
Websitewww.tokyometro.jp/lang_en/station/tameike-sanno/index.html
History
Opened1997
Services
Preceding station   Tokyo Metro   Following station
G05
toward Shibuya
Ginza Line
G07
toward Asakusa
N05
toward Meguro
Namboku Line
N07

Tameike-Sannō Station (溜池山王駅, Tameike-Sannō-eki) is a subway station in Tokyo, Japan, operated by the Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metro. It is located in the wards of Chiyoda (Namboku Line platform) and Minato (Ginza Line platform).

Lines

Tameike-Sannō Station is served by the following two Tokyo Metro subway lines.

The station is also connected by underground passageways to Kokkai-gijidomae Station, which is served by the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line (with this transfer being an appreciable walking time) and Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, and it is possible to transfer between the two stations without crossing through the ticket gates.

Station layout

Exit 13 in 2014
Exit 13 in 2014

The station has two island platforms serving four tracks.

Platforms

1 G Tokyo Metro Ginza Line for Akasaka-mitsuke and Shibuya
2 G Tokyo Metro Ginza Line for Ginza, Ueno, and Asakusa
3 N Tokyo Metro Namboku Line for Nagatacho, Komagome, and Akabane-iwabuchi
SR Saitama Rapid Railway Line for Urawa-Misono
4 N Tokyo Metro Namboku Line for Shirokane-takanawa and Meguro
MG Tokyu Meguro Line for Hiyoshi

History

The station opened on September 30, 1997, as the southern terminus of the Namboku Line. The Ginza Line platforms opened at the same time.

It is named after the nearby Tameike Crossing (which is itself named for a reservoir [tameike] which once covered the area) and the nearby Sanno Shrine (commonly known as the Hie Shrine). Both "Tameike" and "Sanno" are names of bus stops in the area. The station was originally to be named "Tameike Station" after the closer Tameike stop, but the Sanno name was added in order to satisfy Chiyoda Ward (as Tameike is associated with the Akasaka district of Minato Ward).

Surrounding area

See also

External links

This page was last edited on 20 May 2020, at 18:55
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