Ginza Station

Tokyo Metro

  • Ginza Line
  • Marunouchi Line
  • Hibiya Line


The Ginza Station (Japanese银座 駅, Ginza -eki ) is a subway station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza in the business district in the Chūō district of Tokyo.


Ginza is served by the following lines:

All trains of the six island platform of the station, each serving two tracks.


In 2007, took advantage of a daily average about 274 842 travelers this station. For the railway station in the list of busiest stations of the Tokyo Metro is after Ikebukuro, Kita- senju and Otemachi in fourth place.


The Ginza station was opened from Asakusa Station in March 1934 as part of the extension of the current Ginza Line of Tokyo subway. The Marunouchi Line started its operations in 1957, the Hibiya Line in February 1963.

The platforms of the trains running in east-west direction Hibiya line lie between those of the two leading in a north-south direction stretching the Ginza Line and Marunouchi Line and arose before the Second World War as part of a planned TUR - route to Shinjuku.


About passages in the metro area, travelers can reach the following stations of the area on foot:

  • Station Ginza - chome ( Tokyo Metro: Yurakucho Line)
  • Higashi- Ginza Station ( Tokyo Metro: Hibiya Line, Toei Asakusa Line)
  • Hibiya Station ( Tokyo Metro: Hibiya Line, Chiyoda Line, Toei: Mita - line)
  • Yurakucho Station ( Tokyo Metro: Yurakucho Line, JR East: Yamanote Line, Keihin - Tohoku Line)

Adjacent stations