Higashiyama Station (Kyoto)

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Higashiyama Station

東山駅
Platform of the Higashiyama Station Kyoto City Subway01.jpg
Higashiyama Station platform, separated from tracks by screen, November 2006
LocationŌidechō, Higashiyama, Kyoto, Kyoto
(京都市東山区大井手町)
Japan
Coordinates 35°0′33.91″N135°46′46.95″E / 35.0094194°N 135.7797083°E / 35.0094194; 135.7797083 Coordinates: 35°0′33.91″N135°46′46.95″E / 35.0094194°N 135.7797083°E / 35.0094194; 135.7797083
Operated by Kyoto Municipal Subway
Line(s) Tōzai Line
Connections
    Other information
    Station codeT10
    History
    Opened1997
    Traffic
    Passengers (FY2016)19,731 daily [1]

    Higashiyama Station (東山駅, Higashiyama-eki, station Number: T10) is a train station on the Kyoto Municipal Subway Tōzai Line in Higashiyama-ku, city of Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.

    Contents

    Layout

    The subway station has an island platform serving two tracks separated by platform screen doors.

    1  Tōzai Line for Kyōto Shiyakusho-mae , Karasuma Oike and Uzumasa Tenjingawa
    2  Tōzai Line for Misasagi, Rokujizō and (Keihan Railway Keishin Line) Hamaōtsu

    Surroundings

    North of Sanjō-dōri
    South of Sanjō-dōri

    Adjacent stations

    «Service»
    Kyoto Municipal Subway Tōzai Line (T10)
    Keage (T09)- Sanjo Keihan (T11)

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    References

    1. "京都市交通事業白書" (in Japanese). Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau.