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Kaihimmakuhari Station (海浜幕張駅, Kaihin-makuhari-eki) is a railway station in Mihama-ku, Chiba city, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, operated by the East Japan Railway Company (JR East).[2]

JE13
Kaihimmakuhari Station

海浜幕張駅
Kaihin-Makuhari Sta. 20131201-1.jpg
The south entrance in December 2013
Location 2-110 Hibino, Mihama-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba-ken
Japan
Coordinates 35°38′54.0132″N 140°2′30.83″E / 35.648337000°N 140.0418972°E / 35.648337000; 140.0418972Coordinates: 35°38′54.0132″N 140°2′30.83″E / 35.648337000°N 140.0418972°E / 35.648337000; 140.0418972
Operated by JR logo (east).svg JR East
Line(s) JE Keiyō Line
Distance 31.7 km from Tokyo
Platforms 2 island platforms
Tracks 4
Connections Bus terminal
Other information
Station code JE13
Website www.jreast.co.jp/estation/station/info.aspx?StationCd=413
History
Opened 3 March 1986
Traffic
Passengers (FY2016) 65,377 daily[1]
Location
Kaihimmakuhari Station is located in Chiba Prefecture
Kaihimmakuhari Station
Kaihimmakuhari Station
Location within Chiba Prefecture
Kaihimmakuhari Station is located in Japan
Kaihimmakuhari Station
Kaihimmakuhari Station
Kaihimmakuhari Station (Japan)

Contents

LinesEdit

Kaihimmakuhari Station is served by the Keiyō Line and is the turnaround point for many local trains to and from Tokyo Station. It is also served by Musashino Line trains to and from Fuchūhommachi during rush hours.

Some Uchibō Line limited express Sazanami and some Sotobō Line limited express Wakashio services stop at this station.[3] JR periodically offers additional limited express trains to Tokyo Station during major events at Makuhari Messe, such as the Tokyo Motor Show and CEATEC.

Station layoutEdit

Kaihimmakuhari Station is an elevated station with two island platforms serving four tracks.[4] The station has a Midori no Madoguchi staffed ticket office.[2]

PlatformsEdit

1-2 JE Keiyō Line for Chibaminato, Soga, Kazusa-Ichinomiya, and Kimitsu
2-3 JM Musashino Line through service for Nishi-Funabashi, Shim-Matsudo, and Fuchūhommachi
2-4 JE Keiyō Line for Minami-Funabashi, Maihama, Shin-Kiba, and Tokyo

Platforms 2 and 3 are used by stopping trains to allow non-stop trains to pass.[4]

Adjacent stationsEdit

« Service »
Keiyō Line JE13
Tokyo
TYOJE01
Limited express Sazanami Soga
Tokyo
TYOJE01
Limited express Wakashio Soga
Commuter Rapid: Does not stop at this station
Minami-Funabashi JE11   Rapid   Kemigawahama JE14
Shin-Narashino JE12   Keiyō Line Local   Kemigawahama JE14
Shin-Narashino JE12   Musashino Line Shimōsa   Terminus
Shin-Narashino JE12   Musashino Line Local   Terminus

HistoryEdit

Kaihimmakuhari Station opened on 3 March 1986.[4]

Passenger statisticsEdit

In fiscal 2016, Kaihimmakuhari Station was used by an average of 65,377 passengers daily (boarding passengers only).[1]

Fiscal year Daily average
2000 38,056[5]
2001 41,730[6]
2002 43,054[7]
2003 43,662[8]
2004 44,403[9]
2005 48,813[10]
2006 49,561[11]
2007 53,366[12]
2008 52,795[13]
2009 53,022[14]
2010 52,397[15]
2011 53,772[16]
2012 55,681[17]
2013 59,515[18]
2014 61,112[19]
2015 63,225[20]
2016 65,377[1]

Surrounding areaEdit

Bus terminalEdit

Highway busesEdit

Local bus servicesEdit

Stop No. Japanese Reading For Via Operator
1[32] 幕01 Makuharihongō 01 Makuharihongō Station Drivers License Center Keisei Bus
2[32] 幕01 Makuharihongō 01 ZOZO Marine Stadium,[33][21] Medical Center, and Makuhari Messe Central   Keisei Bus
海53 Kaihimmakuhari 53 ZOZO Marine Stadium[33][21]   Keisei Bus
3[32] 海61 Kaihimmakuhari 61 Shin-Narashino Station   Keisei Bus
海62 Kaihimmakuhari 62 Shintoshin Eigyōsho (Shintoshin Office)   Keisei Bus
イオン62 Aeon Mall 62 Shintoshin Eigyōsho Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin Family Mall[34] Keisei Bus
イオン63 Aeon Mall 63 Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin Family Mall[34] Toyosuna Park Keisei Bus and Chiba City Bus
イオン65 Aeon Mall 65 Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin Family Mall[34] Aeon Mall Makuhari Shintoshin Aeon Style Entrance Keisei Bus and Chiba City Bus
4[32] 海01 Kaihimmakuhari 01 Baytown loop line (Town Route)   Keisei Bus
海02 Kaihimmakuhari 02
海03 Kaihimmakuhari 03
海11 Kaihimmakuhari 11
5[32] 海21 Kaihimmakuhari 21 Baytown loop line (Marine Route)   Keisei Bus
海22 Kaihimmakuhari 22
海23 Kaihimmakuhari 23
海31 Kaihimmakuhari 31
海02 Kaihimmakuhari 02 Baytown loop line High-tech Street Keisei Bus
海03 Kaihimmakuhari 03
海22 Kaihimmakuhari 22
海51 Kaihimmakuhari 51 Keisei Makuhari Station High-tech Street Keisei Bus
海52 Kaihimmakuhari 52 Keisei Makuhari Station (starting Kaihimmakuhari Station) Keisei Bus
海53 Kaihimmakuhari 53 (from ZOZO Marine Stadium)
6[32] 幕22 Makuharihongō 22 Makuharihongō Station KUIS and Columbus City Keisei Bus
八千02 Yachiyo 02 Yachiyodai Station Shin-Kemigawa Station Keisei Bus
7[35]     Makuhari Messe Central   Chiba Seaside Bus
    ZOZO Marine Stadium  
    JR Makuhari Station Ito Yokado
    Hanamigawa-kuyakusho (Hanamigawa Ward Office) JR Makuhari Station
    Hanashima-koen (Hanashima Park) JR Makuhari Station and Koyatsu
JR Makuhari Station and Hashido
    Yachiyodai Station JR Makuhari Station and Daiyon-chūgakkō (the 4th junior high school)
    Yachiyodai Station JR Makuhari Station and Hitachi
    Hitachi JR Makuhari Station
    Makuharihongō Station Makuhari 2-chōme
    Makuhari-eki-iriguchi (Front of Makuhari Station) The Open University
South Entrance
1[36] 海21 Kaihimmakuhari 21 Baytown loop line (Marine Route)   Keisei Bus
海22 Kaihimmakuhari 22
海23 Kaihimmakuhari 23
2[36] 海01 Kaihimmakuhari 01 Kaihimmakuhari Station (Baytown loop line)   Keisei Bus
海02 Kaihimmakuhari 02
海03 Kaihimmakuhari 03
海11 Kaihimmakuhari 11
海21 Kaihimmakuhari 21
海22 Kaihimmakuhari 22
海23 Kaihimmakuhari 23
海31 Kaihimmakuhari 31

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ JR Timetable, August 2011 issue, p.110-111
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