Japão-Liberdade (São Paulo Metro)

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Japão-Liberdade (Portuguese: Estação Japão-Liberdade) is a station on Line 1 (Blue) of the São Paulo Metro, serving the Liberdade district. The station opened in 1975 and receives 21,000 passengers per day. Access to the station is via Praça da Liberdade, the center of the historically Japanese-Brazilian neighborhood.[1][2]

Japão-Liberdade
Metrô-SP icon.svg
SP Liberdade 02.jpg
Square in Liberdade with station marker on right.
Coordinates23°33′17″S 46°38′08″W / 23.554772°S 46.635654°W / -23.554772; -46.635654Coordinates: 23°33′17″S 46°38′08″W / 23.554772°S 46.635654°W / -23.554772; -46.635654
Owned byBandeira do estado de São Paulo.svg Government of the State of São Paulo
Operated byMetrô-SP icon.svg São Paulo Metro
PlatformsSide platforms
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeLIB
History
OpenedFebruary 17, 1975
Previous namesLiberdade
Traffic
Passengers28,000/business day (June 2019)
Services
Preceding station   São Paulo Metro   Following station
toward Tucuruvi
Line 1
toward Jabaquara
Track layout
to

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Metrô: Estação Liberdade dá acesso à cultura japonesa em São Paulo" (in Portuguese). Governo do Estado de São Paulo. 2016-06-06. Retrieved 2016-12-14.
  2. ^ "Liberdade". São Paulo Metro (in Portuguese).