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Seijōgakuen Mae Station

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Location  Setagaya, Tokyo Japan
Distance  11.6 km from Shinjuku
Tracks  4
Opened  1 April 1927
Line(s)  Odakyu Odawara Line
Platforms  2 island platforms
Address  Japan
Seijōgakuen-Mae Station
Operated by  Odakyu Electric Railway
Similar  Soshigaya‑Ōkura Station, Chitose‑Funabashi Station, Shimo‑kitazawa Station, Kitami Station, Meidaimae Station

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{{Nihongo|Seijogakuen-mae Station|成城学園前駅|Seijōgakuen-mae-eki) is a railway station on the Odakyu Odawara Line in Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Odakyu Electric Railway. The station is named after the nearby Seijo University.

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Lines

Seijogakuen-mae Station is served by the Odakyu Odawara Line, and lies 11.6 km from Shinjuku Station.

Layout

The station has two island platforms serving four tracks. They are in the basement level.

Platforms

The entrances (North, South and West gates), ticket machines, ticket gates and the station office are on the ground level.

The commercial facilities (Seijo Corty) also start on ground level. Level one and two consist of a supermarket and various shops, level three of community services such as a nursery, cookery and language schools and a gym, and a restaurant and an outdoor balcony on level four.

History

Seijogakuen-mae Station opened on April 1, 1927.

Between 1996 and 2004 it was extensively redeveloped and partially moved underground as part of the Odakyu Line's track doubling project.

September 2006 saw the opening of Seijo Corty, a four-storey commercial building.

Surrounding area

A neighbourhood shopping district surrounds the station, especially outside the North Exit.

The Soshigaya Ryugakusei Kaikan (祖師谷留学生会館), a large residential facility for foreign students, is about 15 minutes walk north of the station.

References

Seijōgakuen-Mae Station Wikipedia


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