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Thursday, February 04, 2016

Hibiya Station in Tokyo

日比谷駅

Exit B6 of Hibiya Station, Tokyo, Japan.
Exit B6 of Hibiya Station, at the Babasakimon Gate of the Imperial Palace Tokyo.
Hibiya Station in central Tokyo is operated by both Tokyo subway operators: Tokyo Metro Co., Ltd. and the Bureau of Transportation of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government ("Toei" or, in English "Tokyo Subway").

Hibiya Station serves three subway lines: the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Chiyoda Line, and the Toei Mita Line.

A notable feature of Hibiya Station is the wide reach of its exits. There are no less than 30 exits in operation (with two currently closed), making access to Hibiya Station possible from all over the Marunouchi and Yurakucho areas of Tokyo. The Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Station, about 350 meters north-east of the Hibiya Line, is directly accessible undergound from Hibiya Station.

Hibiya Station is very near Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace.

The following is a list of Hibiya Station exits and where they lead to (all marked on this Tokyo map
  
Exit A0 ("A zero") of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho 2-chome
Yurakucho Asahi Hall
Yurakucho Mullion (in the Yurakucho Center Building)
Mullion Eigagai (Mullion Movie Theaters)
Yurakucho Hankyu Department Store
Yurakucho Lumine

Exit A1 of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho 2-chome
Sukiyabashi Park (with its big, distinctive Taro Okamoto sculpture)
Yurakuza

Exit A2 of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho 1-chome & 2-chome
Yomiuri Hall
JR Yurakucho Station
JTB Shutoen Yurakucho Branch
Yomiuri Kaikan Hall
JNTO Tourist Information Center (TIC)

Exit A3 of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho 2-chome
Yurakucho Denki Building
Subaruza Cinema

Exit A4 of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho 1-chome & 2-chome

Exit A5 of Hibiya Station
Toho Twin Tower Building
Teikoku Hotel
Hibiya Chanter ("shan-tay") shopping/dining building
Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
Toho Cinema and Drama Area

Exit A6 of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho 1-chome
Hibiya Park Building
The Peninsula Tokyo Hotel

Exit A7 of Hibiya Station
Hibiya Intersection
Harumi-dori Avenue
Yurakucho 1-chome
The Peninsula Tokyo Hotel

Exit A8 of Hibiya Station
Hibiya-dori Avenue
Yurakucho 1-chome
Yurakucho Sankei Building

Exit A9 of Hibiya Station
Hibiya Marine Building

Exit A10 of Hibiya Station
Iwaidabashi Intersection
Hibiya Park
To Sakuradamon Gate of the Imperial Palace
To Courthouse of Tokyo High Court, Tokyo District Court, and Tokyo Summary Court

Exit A11 of Hibiya Station (currently closed)
Yurakucho 1-chome & 2-chome
Toho Cinema and Drama Area

Exit A12 of Hibiya Station
Hibiya Mitsui Building
Mitsui Sumitomo Bank Headquarters

Exit A13 of Hibiya Station
Uchisaiwaicho
Tokyo Takarazuka Theater
Nissay Theater
Teikoku Hotel

Exit A14 of Hibiya Station
Uchisaiwaicho
Hibiya Kokaido Public Hall
Hibiya Press Center Building
Nishi Shimbashi (West Shinbashi)
Chiyoda City's Hibiya Library & Museum
Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research
The Hibiya City complex

Exit B1 of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho Building
Shin-Yurakucho Building
Marunouchi Police Station
Yurakucho Station of Marunouchi Fire Brigade
Togyo Kaikan (Sugar Manufacturers' Association) Building & Nippon Hoso (Nippon Broadcasting System) Headquarters
To JR Yurakucho Station

Exit B2 of Hibiya Station
DN Tower 21 (Daichi Seimei Insurance & Norinchukin Bank headquarters)

Exit B3 of Hibiya Station (in the Teigeki Building, open 7 am - 11 pm)
Teikoku (Imperial Garden) Theater
Shin-kokusai Building
Idemitsu Art Gallery
Shin-Nisseki Building
Kokusai Building
To Tokyo International Forum

Exit B4 of Hibiya Station
Fuji Building
Shin-Tokyo Building
To Tokyo International Forum

Exit B5 of Hibiya Station (currently closed)
Tokyo Kaikan Hall
Fuji Building
Shin-Tokyo Building

Exit B6 of Hibiya Station (from first train to 11 pm)
Nijubashi Gate of the Imperial Palace
Babasakimon Gate of the Imperial Palace
Imperial Palace Gaien Garden

Exit B7 of Hibiya Station (from first train to 11 pm)
Tokyo International Forum
Fuji Building
Shin-Tokyo Building
Tokyo Station on the JR Keiyo Line Line
Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TCCI)
Marunouchi Park Building

Nijubashi-mae Station Connecting Exit (5 am - 11 pm)

Exit D1 of Hibiya Station
Teikoku Theater
Idemitsu Art Gallery
Kokusai Building

Exit D2 of Hibiya Station
Yurakucho Building
Shin-Yurakucho Building

Exit D3 of Hibiya Station
Shin-Kokusai Building
Shin-Nisseki Building

Exit D4 of Hibiya Station
Yomiuri Kaikan Hall

Exit D5 of Hibiya Station
Tokyo International Forum

Exit D6 of Hibiya Station
JR Yurakucho Station
Yomiuri Kaikan Hall

Exit D7 of Hibiya Station (with elevator)
JR Yurakucho Station
Yurakucho Mullion

Exit D8 of Hibiya Station
Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan

Exit D9 of Hibiya Station
Ginza Inz 3

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