The platforms for Marunouchi Line serving two tracks consist of one island platform and one side platform. One side of the island platform is closed by a fence. The platform for the Hibiya Line is an island platform serving two tracks. The platform for the Chiyoda Line is an island platform serving two tracks.
The platforms for the Chiyoda Line and the Marunouchi Line are not directly connected and transferring passengers need to walk through the Hibiya Line platform. It takes about five minutes.
|1||○Marunouchi Line||Shinjuku, Ogikubo, Hōnanchō|
|2||○Marunouchi Line||Ginza, Ōtemachi, Ikebukuro|
|3||○Hibiya Line||Ebisu, Naka-Meguro, (Tokyū Tōyoko Line Direct) Kikuna|
|4||○Hibiya Line||Ginza, Ueno, Kita-Senju, (Tōbu Isesaki Line Direct) Tōbu Dōbutsu Kōen|
|5||○Chiyoda Line||Yoyogi-Uehara, (Odakyu Odawara Line Direct) Hon-Atsugi, Karakida|
|6||○Chiyoda Line||Ōtemachi, Kita-Senju, Ayase, (Jōban Line Direct) Abiko, Toride|
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