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Akabane Station is served by the following lines.[2]

Station layout[edit]

The station consists of four elevated island platforms serving eight tracks. The tracks of the Tōhoku Shinkansen also cross this station, above the Saikyō Line platforms.[2]

The station has a “Midori no Madoguchi” staffed ticket office and a “View Plaza” travel agency.[1]


Akabane Station west exit, May 2010

1 JK Keihin-Tōhoku Line for Ueno, Tokyo, Yokohama and Ofuna
2 JK Keihin-Tōhoku Line for Urawa and Ōmiya
3 JU Utsunomiya Line for Ueno
JU Ueno-Tokyo Line for Tokyo, Yokohama, and Atami
JU Takasaki Line for Ueno
JU Ueno-Tokyo Line for Tokyo, Yokohama, and Atami
4 JU Utsunomiya Line for Ōmiya, Oyama, and Utsunomiya
JU Takasaki Line for Ōmiya, Kumagaya, and Takasaki
5 JS Shōnan-Shinjuku Line for Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Yokohama and Ofuna
JO Yokosuka Line for Zushi
JT Tokaido Line for Odawara
6 JS Shōnan-Shinjuku Line for Ōmiya
JU Takasaki Line for Takasaki
JU Utsunomiya Line for Utsunomiya
7 JA Saikyō Line for Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, and Ōsaki
R Rinkai Line for Shin-Kiba
Sotetsu Line for Hazawa yokohama-kokudai and Ebina
8 JA Saikyō Line for Musashi-Urawa, Ōmiya
Kawagoe Line for Kawagoe

A Saikyo Line 205 series EMU at Akabane Station, March 2008

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Japan Train Stations: Akabane Station, Kita Ward, Tokyo 赤羽駅 北区 東京

Akabane Station East Exit, Kita Ward, Tokyo

Johannes Schonherr

Akabane Station in Kita Ward in the very north of urban Tokyo is a busy commuter train station entirely operated by the East Japan Railway Company, better known as JR East.

Kita, the name of the ward, translates as “north”. Not very far behind Akabane Station flows the Arakawa River which forms here Tokyo’s northern border with Saitama Prefecture.

Akabane serves thus as a traffic hub connecting the areas north of the capital with central Tokyo. A number of train lines run all the way through Tokyo and on to destinations south of the capital.

The Akabane Station layout consists of four parallel platforms, all elevated from street level, serving eight train tracks.

Akabane Station platforms, Kita Ward, Tokyo

Passengers boarding a Shinjuku-bound Saikyo Line train, Akabane Station

Train Lines

Akabane Station serves four train lines. All trains of each line stop in Akabane.

The Tohoku Main Line connecting Ueno Station in Tokyo to the south with the far northeast of Japan. Some of the northbound trains run all the way through to Sendai, some even further up northeast into Iwate Prefecture.

A shorter section of the same line is called the Utsunomiya Line. That’s the distance most of the trains run. From Ueno to Kuroiso in northern Tochigi Prefecture, stopping on the way at Omiya Station in Omiya, Saitama Prefecture and Utsunomiya Station in Utsunomiya, the capital of Tochigi Prefecture.

At Omiya Station, only a short ride from Akabane, passengers can transfer to a large number of north-bound Shinkansen lines: the Tohoku, the Hokkaido, the Yamagata, the Akita, the Joetsu and the Hokuriku Shinkansen.

Some southbound trains continue on after Ueno as part of the Ueno Tokyo Line, running all the way to Odawara or Atami, the gateway stations to the scenic Izu Peninsula in Shizuoka Prefecture.

The Takasaki Line runs from Ueno to Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture. This line also stops in Omiya as well as in Kawagoe, the popular historic sightseeing city in Saitama Prefecture before terminating in Takasaki.

The Keihin Tohoku Line runs from Omiya in the north to Yokohama in the south, crossing central Tokyo including stops at Ueno and Tokyo stations.

The Shonan Shinjuku Line crosses Tokyo on a different path. Also originating in Omiya to the north, it runs through Ikebukuro, Shinjuku and Shibuya stations in Tokyo, runs on to Yokohama Station and to Ofuna Station in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture.

Finally, the Saikyo Line runs from Omiya to the north to Ozaki Station in the south. Ozaki is very close to Shinagawa Station, the main traffic hub on the Tokyo waterfront. The line passes through Ikebukuro, Shinjuku and Shibuya stations.

Thus, Akabane Station offers excellent north-south connections covering very much all parts of urban Tokyo as well as extending far to the north and the south of the Kanto Region and beyond.

North Gate, Akabane Station, Kita Ward, Tokyo

Inner Concourse, Akabane Station, Kita Ward, Tokyo

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A fun and down-to-earth Tokyo neighborhood

Convenient, cheap and cheerful. That describes Akabane, a residential area on Tokyo’s northern border with Saitama that has true retro charm. Popular with Tokyo’s workers, the area comes alive at night when the narrow alleys around the station glow with red paper lanterns and revelers spill out of inexpensive bars and restaurants. Close by, the town of Oji is famous for cherry blossoms in spring and hydrangeas in summer at Asukayama Park, and its spectacular New Year’s Eve fox parade. Kyu-Furukawa Gardens is a popular green space nearby, with a mix of classical Japanese and European gardens surrounding a grand European mansion.

How to Get There

From Haneda Airport: Around 70 minutes on the Limousine Bus or 55 minutes by train.
From Narita Airport: One hour 40 minutes by train.
From Shinjuku: Take the JR Saikyo Line for Akabane Station. (Travel time: 20 minutes)
From Tokyo: Take the JR Keihin-tohoku Line for Akabane Station. (Travel time: 30 minutes)

Access the area from Akabane Station on the JR Utsunomiya, Takasaki, Shonan Shinjuku, Saikyo, and Keihin-Tohoku lines.

Everything is OK in Akabane

Diners and drinkers crowd into the cozy, lantern-lit alleys of Akabane Ichibangai and OK Yokocho around Akabane’s east exit from early afternoon, ready to forget the stresses of the day. The area evolved from a postwar black market and retains some of that raffish charm. It’s a good place to meet the locals, who are relaxed after the day’s work and ready to chat over a draft or two. You can find every kind of cuisine, from traditional eel restaurants to quick and tasty yakitori chicken skewers.

Paper, foxes on parade, and massive gardens

The nearby town of Oji is a stop on the Toden-Arakawa Line, one of only two tram lines left in Tokyo. The area is dominated by Asukayama Park high on the hill, which has been a popular spot for cherry blossom parties since the Edo period (1603-1867). Oji is also famous for its paper products, made in the area since 1873. You can visit the Paper Museum near Asukayama Park and try making your own paper.

If you’re visiting Tokyo around New Year’s Eve, consider going to Oji for the Oji Kitsune-no-Gyoretsu Fox Parade. Townspeople and visitors dress in fox costumes and makeup and parade through the town to Oji Inari Shrine, reenacting a Japanese legend that foxes disguised themselves as humans to visit the shrine. You can get your face painted in traditional fox style and join in the fun.

A short stroll takes you to Kyu-Furukawa Gardens, which surround an imposing Western-style mansion built of grey stone in 1917 by architect Josiah Conder. The European-style rose garden draws visitors from May through early summer, and the traditional Japanese gardens with small waterfalls and ponds are beautiful in all seasons.

Shopping Streets & Arcades

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