, is a subway station located in Nishi-ku, Yokohama
and operated by Yokohama Municipal Subway
Takashimachō Station is served by Yokohama Subway Line 3
. The station was previously served by the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line
as well, until the Yokohama - Sakuragichō section closed in January 2004.
The platforms are located on the 4th underground floor.
||Kannai ・ Totsuka ・ Shōnandai|
||Yokohama ・ Shin-Yokohama ・ Azamino|
- December 20, 1914 - Keihin Line (presently the Keihin-Tōhoku Line) opened the first electrified service between Tokyo and Yokohama, with as its temporary terminus on the Yokohama side.
- August 15, 1915 - The station was renamed , the second station ever to be designated as such, as part of the Tōkaidō Line. The first Yokohama Station was renamed at this time.
- May 18, 1928 - Tokyo Yokohama Railway (now the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line) opened its station here as .
- August 8, 1928 - Tokyo Yokohama Railway renamed its station .
- October 15, 1928 - JNR moved Yokohama Station (and Tōkaidō Line) north to the current location, thereby ending its service here.
- January 20, 1931 - The station is renamed back to the original .
- September 4, 1976 - Inauguration of the Yokohama Municipal Subway Line 3, and its station underground.
- January 31, 2004 - The Tōyoko Line station closes following the closure of the Tōyoko Line Yokohama-Sakuragichō segment.