Edo Line

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Shinjuku Station - Station Facilities - Toei Subway - Toei Ōedo Line
... 6 ○Toei Ōedo Line for Roppongi and Daimon 7 ○Toei Ōedo Line for Tochōmae and Hikarigaoka ...
Takenaga Hayato
... left his home in Sendai and travelled to Edo where he became employed by the Yagyu family ... prowess of Takenaga Hayato and allowed Takenaga to engage in training the Edo line Yagyū Shinkage-ryū(柳生新陰流) ... result Yagyu Munenori passed on the gokui (secret teachings) of the Edo line Yagyu Shinkage ryu to Takenaga Hayato ...
Kuramae Station
... Kuramae Station (蔵前駅, Kuramae-eki?) is a subway station on the Toei Asakusa Line and on the Toei Ōedo Line, both operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan ... Its number on the Asakusa Line is A-17, and that on the Ōedo Line is E-11 ... The stations on the two lines do not have an underground connection still, passengers may transfer between them ...
Azabu-Jūban Station - Station Layout - Toei
... The Toei Ōedo Line station also consists of an island platform serving two tracks. 1 ○Ōedo Line for Daimon and Ryōgoku 2 ○Ōedo Line for Roppongi, Tochō-mae and Hikarigaoka ...
Toei Ōedo Line - Overview
... The Ōedo Line is Tokyo's first linear motor metro line (and the second in Japan after the Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line in Osaka), which allows it to use smaller cars and ... The line is deep (as low as 48 meters below ground at points) through central Tokyo, including three underground crossings of the Sumida River ... ¥988.6 billion to over ¥1,400 billion yen, making it the most expensive subway line ever built ...

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