Kenchō-Mae Station (Chiba)

Kenchō-mae Station
Kenchō-mae Station (Dec 10, 2011)
Prefecture Chiba
(See other stations in Chiba)
City Chiba
Ward Chūō
Neighborhood etc. 1-2 Ichiba-cho
Postal code 260 - 0855
(in Japanese) 千葉市中央区市場町1-2
Year opened 1999
Rail services
Operator(s) Chiba Urban Monorail
Line(s) Chiba Urban Monorail Line 1
Statistics 877 passengers/day (2009)

Kenchō-mae Station (県庁前駅 Kenchō-mae-eki?) is a monorail train station on the Chiba Urban Monorail located in Chūō-ku in the city of Chiba, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is the terminal station for Line 1 of the Chiba Urban Monorail and is located 3.2 kilometers from the opposite terminus at Chiba Station.


Kenchō-mae Station was opened on March 24, 1999.


Station layout

Kenchō-mae Station is an elevated station with two opposed side platforms serving two tracks; however, only Platform 1 is normally used. The station platforms are unattended.


1 Chiba Urban Monorail Line 2 For Chiba-Minato, Chiba
2 Chiba Urban Monorail Line 2 not in use

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Chiba Urban Monorail Line 1
Yoshikawa-kōen - Terminus

External links

  • Chiba Urban Monorail home page (Japanese)

Coordinates: 35°36′13.1759″N 140°7′19.8162″E / 35.603659972°N 140.122171167°E / 35.603659972; 140.122171167

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