Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line

The Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (東京地下鉄日比谷線, Tōkyō Chikatetsu Hibiya-sen?) is a metro line in Tokyo, Japan, owned and operated by Tokyo Metro. The line was named after the district of Hibiya, under which it passes.

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