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Encyclopedia > Toden Arakawa Line

The Toden Arakawa Line (都電荒川線) is a streetcar line in Tokyo, Japan. The Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation operates this line, along with four subway lines and a monorail. The Arakawa Line is the sole survivor of Tokyo's once-extensive streetcar network. Other lines have become subways or elevated railways, been replaced by buses, or disappeared.


Overview

The Toden Arakawa Line operates between the terminals at Minowabashi Station and Waseda Station. It runs along Meiji Street between Asuka-yama Station and Oji Eki-mae Station. Otherwise, it operates on its own tracks. Presently, single driver-operated cars make the 12.2 km trip in 50 minutes. The gauge is 1372 mm. The line is fully double-track, and draws 600 V electrical supply.


Stations

  • Waseda Station
  • Omokagebashi Station
  • Gakushūin-shita Station
  • Kishibojin-mae Station
  • Zōshigaya Station
  • Higashi-Ikebukuro Yonchōme Station
    (Junction: Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line (Higashi-Ikebukuro Station))
  • Mukōhara Station
  • Ōtsuka Ekimae Station
    (Junction: Yamanote Line (Ōtsuka Station))
  • Sugamo-Shinden Station
  • Kōshinzuka Station
  • Shin-Kōshinzuka Station
    (Junction: Toei Mita Line (Nishi-Sugamo Station))
  • Nishigahara Yonchōme Station
  • Takinogawa Itchōme Station
  • Asukayama Station
  • Ōji Ekimae Station
    (Junction: Keihin-Tōhoku Line, Tokyo Metro Namboku Line (Ōji Station))
  • Sakae-chō Station
  • Kajiwara Station
  • Arakawa-Shako-mae Station
  • Arakawa-Yūenchi-mae Station
  • Odai Station
  • Miyanomae Station
  • Kumano-mae Station
  • Higashi-Ogu Sanchōme Station
  • Machiya Nichōme Station
  • Machiya Ekimae Station
    (Junction: Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line, Keisei Main Line (Machiya Station))
  • Arakawa Nanachōme Station
  • Arakawa Nichōme Station
  • Arakawa-Kuyakusho-mae Station
  • Arakawa-Itchū-mae Station
  • Minowabashi Station
    (Junction: Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (Minowa Station))

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Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line at AllExperts (317 words)
The is a metro line in Tokyo, Japan, administered by the Tokyo Metro.
The 21.9 km line serves the wards of Adachi, Arakawa, Bunkyō,Chiyoda, Minato and Shibuya.
Tokyo Metro Hanzōmon Line, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line, Toei Mita Line, Tokyo Metro Tōzai Line
Toden Arakawa Line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (418 words)
The Arakawa Line is the sole survivor of Tokyo's once-extensive Tokyo Toden streetcar system.
The Toden Arakawa Line operates between the terminals at Minowabashi Station and Waseda Station.
The Toden Arakawa Line operates in northern and eastern Tokyo, in areas that tourists frequently do not see; for that reason alone, the quick trip is highly worthwhile.
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