|Operated by||Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit|
|Distance||4.9 km (3.0 mi) from Shin-Kiba|
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Opened||30 March 1996|
Tokyo Teleport Station (東京テレポート駅, Tōkyō Terepōto eki) is an underground railway station on the Rinkai Line in Kōtō, Tokyo, Japan, operated by Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit (TWR).
Tokyo Teleport Station is served by the Rinkai Line from Ōsaki to Shin-Kiba. The station is situated between Tennōzu Isle and Kokusai-Tenjijō stations, and is 4.9 km (3.0 mi) from the starting point of the Rinkai Line at Shin-Kiba.
Many trains inter-run over the JR East Saikyo Line and Kawagoe Line to Kawagoe in Saitama Prefecture.
The station has a single underground island platform serving two tracks.
The station opened on 30 March 1996,and initially formed the terminus of the line from Shin-Kiba before it was extended to Osaki.
Station numbering was introduced in 2016 with Shinonome being assigned station number R04.
There is a bus station adjacent, which serves as the terminus to three routes (two of which are numbered 01, preceded by a kanji character). The more regular service runs to Monzen-nakacho Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line and the Toei Oedo Line.
Attractions, including shopping centres, in the vicinity include:
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