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Nerima Station

Nerima Station
North entrance, October 2008
Prefecture Tokyo
(See other stations in Tokyo)
Ward Nerima
Neighborhood etc. 1-3-5 Nerima
Postal code 176-0001
(in Japanese) 東京都練馬区練馬1-3-5
Year opened 1915
Rail services
Station number(s) SI06 (Seibu)
E35 (Toei)
Operator(s) Seibu Railway
Line(s) Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Seibu Toshima Line
Seibu Yurakucho Line
Toei Oedo Line
Statistics 109,306 passengers/day (Seibu, FY2011)
Medium bus terminal at this station

Nerima Station (練馬駅 Nerima-eki?) is a railway station in Nerima, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Seibu Railway and Toei Subway.


Nerima Station is served by the Seibu Ikebukuro Line, Seibu Yurakucho Line, and Seibu Toshima Line, and also by the Toei Oedo Line subway. It is located 6.0 km from the terminus of the Ikebukuro Line at Ikebukuro.[1]

Station layout

Nerima is an elevated station with two island platforms serving four tracks, with an additional outer track on either side used by passing trains.[2] Elevators and escalators connect the platforms to the ticket entrances, and the station contains a waiting room as well.

The Toei station consists of an underground island platform serving two tracks.[2]



1 Seibu Ikebukuro Line for Tokorozawa, Hannō (from Seibu Yurakucho Line)
2 Seibu Ikebukuro Line for Tokorozawa, Hannō (from Seibu Ikebukuro Line)
Seibu Toshima Line for Toshimaen
3 Seibu Ikebukuro Line for Ikebukuro
4 Seibu Yurakucho Line for Motomachi-Chukagai


1 Toei Oedo Line for Tochōmae, Roppongi, and Daimon
2 Toei Oedo Line for Hikarigaoka

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Limited Express: no stop
Rapid express: no stop
Express: no stop
Commuter express: no stop
Ikebukuro   Rapid   Shakujii-kōen
Ikebukuro   Commuter Semi-Express   Ōizumi-gakuen
Ikebukuro   Semi express   Shakujii-kōen
Sakuradai   Local   Nakamurabashi
Seibu Yurakucho Line
Shin-Sakuradai   Rapid express   Through to Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Shin-Sakuradai   Rapid   Through to Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Shin-Sakuradai   Semi express   Through to Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Shin-Sakuradai   Local   Through to Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Seibu Toshima Line
Through to Seibu Ikebukuro Line   Local   Toshimaen
Toei Oedo Line
Shin-egota - Toshimaen


The Seibu station opened on 15 April 1915.[1] The Toei station opened on 10 December 1991.[1]

The original ground-level station was rebuilt as an elevated station in 1997, and at the same time, the number of tracks was increased to six to allow non-stop trains to pass.[2]

From 1998, inter-running of some services commenced to and from the Seibu Yurakucho Line.[2]

Station numbering was introduced on all Seibu Railway lines during fiscal 2012, with Nerima Station becoming "SI06".[3]

Through-running to and from Yokohama and Motomachi-Chukagai via the Tokyu Toyoko Line and Minatomirai Line commenced on 16 March 2013.[4]

Passenger statistics

In fiscal 2011, the Seibu station was used by an average of 109,306 passengers daily.[5]

The passenger figures for the Seibu station in previous years are as shown below.

Fiscal year Daily average
2000 70,403[1]
2009 100,760[6]
2010 109,231[6]
2011 109,306[5]


External links

  • Nerima Station information (Seibu Railway) (Japanese)
  • Nerima Station information (Toei) (Japanese)

Coordinates: 35°44′16″N 139°39′13″E / 35.737778°N 139.653568°E / 35.737778; 139.653568

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