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Tsuga Station

Chiba Urban Monorail Tsuga Station

Tsuga Station (都賀駅 Tsuga-eki) is a railway station in Wakaba-ku, Chiba, Japan. It is located 43.4 rail kilometers from the western terminus of the Sōbu Main Line at Tokyo Station and 7.7 kilometers from the terminus of the Chiba Urban Monorail at Chiba Station.


Station layout

JR East

JR Tsuga Station has a single island platform.

1 Sōbu Main Line for Chiba and Tokyo
2 Sōbu Main Line for Narita, Sawara, Chōshi, and Kashima-Jingū

Chiba Monorail

The Chiba Urban Monorail Tsuga Station is an elevated station with two opposed side platforms.

1 Chiba Urban Monorail for Oguradai and Chishirodai
2 Chiba Urban Monorail for Dōbutsukōen, Chiba, and Chiba-Minato

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Sōbu Main Line
Chiba   Commuter Rapid   Yotsukaidō
Chiba   Rapid   Yotsukaidō
Higashi-Chiba   Local   Yotsukaidō
Chiba Urban Monorail Line 2
Mitsuwadai - Sakuragi


Tsuga Station originated as the Tsuga Signal (都賀信号所) on the Japanese Government Railway (JGR), established on November 1, 1912. It was upgraded to the Tsuga Signal Stop (都賀信号場) on April 1, 1922, and to a temporary stop on September 30, 1965. After World War II, the JGR became the Japan National Railways (JNR). Tsuga became full passenger station on March 28, 1968. The station was absorbed into the JR East network upon the privatization of the Japanese National Railways (JNR) on April 1, 1987. The Chiba Urban Monorail began operations to the station from March 28, 2001. A new elevated station building was completed between 2002-2009.

External links

  • JR East station information (Japanese)

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