Hibiya Station in Tokyo 日比谷駅
Hibiya Station in central Tokyo serves three subway lines: the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Chiyoda Line, and the Toei Mita Line.
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.
Access & Environs
A notable feature of Hibiya Station is the wide reach of its exits. There are no less than 30 exits in operation, 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, making its environs a popular spot for both visitors and Tokyo residents alike.
Hibiya Stations is within close proximity to Ginza and Yurakucho and thus shares the same lively, yet not-overly-congested atmosphere of the previously listed two areas. The Tokyo International Forum is within walking-distance of exit B4 and hosts many exhibits throughout the year as well as housing a number of retail spaces.
The upscale area around Hibiya Station is home to some of Tokyo's most highly-regarded hotels, such as The Peninsula Hotel, The Four Seasons Hotel, and the Imperial Hotel. Luxury shopping and dining can also be found in the area along with open-air parks that are typically wider than others found within Tokyo.