North entrance of Funabori Station
|Location||3-6-1 Funabori, Edogawa, Tokyo|
|Line(s)||Toei Shinjuku Line|
|Passengers ()||22,193 daily|
Funabori Station is served by the Toei Shinjuku Line.
Funabori Station consists of two side platforms served by two tracks.
|1||Toei Shinjuku Line||for Shinjuku|
Keio Line for Sasazuka, Hashimoto and Takaosanguchi
|2||Toei Shinjuku Line||for Motoyawata|
The station opened on December 23, 1983.
The station is located just west of Tokyo Metropolitan Route 308 (Funabori-kaidō). Tower Hall Funabori, an Edogawa city citizen's hall, is north of the station. Although the immediate area has several large apartment and office buildings, the area is a mix of commercial, residential, and light industrial uses. Other points of interest include:
- Indian Temple - ISKCON New Gaya Japan & Vedic Culture Center
- Tokyo Kenkō Land
- Edogawa Municipal Matsue No. 1 Junior High School
- Funabori Post Office
- Kasai Police Station, Funabori branch
- Edogawa Municipal Funabori Elementary School
- Edogawa Municipal Funabori No. 2 Elementary School
- Funabori Sports Park
- Tathva International School
Connecting bus servicesEdit
All services are operated by Toei Bus.
- Stop 3
- Shinko 21: for Nishi-Kasai Station
- Rinkai 22: for Rinkai garage
- Stop 4
- Kasai 24: for Nagisa New Town via Kasai Citizen's Hall & Kasai Station
- Stop 5
- Kin 25: for Nishi-Kasai
- FL01: for Nishi-Kasai (weekends and holidays only)
- Stop 6
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