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Machiya Station

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Machiya Station

Toden tracks and platforms

Machiya Station (町屋駅 Machiya-eki) is a train station on the Keisei Main Line and the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. It is also a tram stop on the Toden Arakawa Line named Machiya-ekimae Station (町屋駅前停留場 Machiya-ekimae Teiryūjō).


  • Line 1
  • Station Layout 2
  • History 3
  • Adjacent stations 4


Station Layout

The Keisei Main Line station consists of a single island platform serving two tracks.


  • 1 April 1913 - Ōji Electric Tramway (now Toden Arakawa line) station opens
  • 19 December 1931 - Keisei Electric Tramway (now Keisei Electric Railway) station opens
  • 20 December 1969 - Chiyoda subway line station opens

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line (C-17)
Nishi-Nippori (C-16) - Kita-Senju (C-18)
Limited Express Romancecar: no stop
Keisei Main Line
Shin-Mikawashima local Senju-Ōhashi
Toden Arakawa Line
Machiya Nichōme - Arakawa Nanachōme

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