- Futako-Tamagawa Station
Futako-Tamagawa Station (二子玉川駅; -eki) is located in
Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan. The area surrounding the station is commonly called Futako Tamagawa.
** Den-en-toshi Line
** Oimachi Line
April 1, 1907nihongo|Tamagawa Line|玉川線|Tamagawa-sen (Tram) has been started, and the station opened as nihongo|Tamagawa Station|玉川駅|Tamagawa-eki. March 1, 1924nihongo|Kinuta Line|砧線|Kinuta-sen (Tram) has been started. July 15, 1927nihongo|Mizonokuchi Line|溝ノ口線|Mizonokuchi-sen has been started from Tamagawa Station to Mizonokuchi Station. November 1, 1929nihongo|Futako-Tamagawa Line|二子玉川線|Futako-Tamagawa-sen has been started. And nihongo|Futako-Tamagawa Station|二子玉川駅|Futako-Tamagawa-eki opened. December 25, 1929Futako-Tamagawa Line was integrated into Oimachi Line. March 10, 1939Tamagawa Station was renamed to nihongo|Yomiuri-Yuen Station|よみうり遊園駅|Yomiuri-Yuen-eki.
December 1, 1940Yomiuri-Yuen Station and Futako-Tamagawa Station were integrated, and it was changed the title as nihongo|Futako-Yomiurien Station|二子読売園駅|Futako-Yomiurien-eki. July 1, 1943Mizonokuchi Line was integrated into Oimachi Line. October 20, 1944Futako-Yomiurien Station was renamed to Futako-Tamagawa Station. August 1, 1954Futako-Tamagawa Station was renamed to nihongo|Futako-Tamagawaen Station|二子玉川園駅|Futako-Tamagawaen-eki. October 11, 1963Oimachi Line was renamed to Den-en-toshi Line. May 10, 1969Tamagawa Line and Kinuta Line were abolished. April 7, 1977nihongo|Shin-Tamagawa Line|新玉川線|Shin-Tamagawa-sen has been started.
August 12, 1979The name of Oimachi Line revived. August 6, 2000Shin-Tamagawa Line was renamed to Den-en-toshi Line. And, Futako-Tamagawaen Station was renamed to Futako-Tamagawa Station.
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