Morishita Station (Tokyo)

Morishita Station (森下駅 Morishita-eki?) is a subway station in Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan, operated by Toei Subway. Its station numbers are S-11 (Shinjuku Line) and E-13 (Ōedo Line).

Lines

Morishita Station is served by the following two lines.

Platforms

Morishita Station consists of two island platforms (one for each line), each served by two tracks.

1 Toei Shinjuku Line for Bakuro-yokoyama, Shinjuku, Sasazuka, Hashimoto
2 Toei Shinjuku Line for Motoyawata
3 Toei Ōedo Line for Ryogoku, Iidabashi
4 Toei Ōedo Line for Daimon, Roppongi

History

The station opened on December 21, 1978; service on the Ōedo Line began on December 12, 2000.

Surrounding area

The station is located underneath the intersection of Tokyo Metropolitan Routes 50 (Shin-Ōhashi-dōri) and 463 (Kiyosumi-dōri). The area is typically shitamachi, with a mix of mid-rise office buildings, apartment buildings, and homes. Being close to Ryōgoku, many sumōbeya are located in the vicinity.

Connecting bus service

Toei Bus: Morishita-Ekimae

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Toei Shinjuku Line (S-11)
Bakuro-yokoyama (S-09)   Express   Ōjima (S-15)
Hamachō (S-10) Local Kikukawa (S-12)
Toei Ōedo Line (E-13)
Ryōgoku (E-12) - Kiyosumi-Shirakawa (E-14)

References

External links

  • Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation: Morishita Station (Shinjuku Line) (Japanese)
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation: Morishita Station (Ōedo Line) (Japanese)


Coordinates: 35°41′17″N 139°47′54″E / 35.688007°N 139.798235°E / 35.688007; 139.798235

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