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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Sendai Subway


The Sendai subway system consists of two lines at present - the 15km, 17 station Namboku Line (South-North line) color-coded green and the 13 station Tozai Line, color coded sky blue and running east-west ("Tozai" meaning "east-west") with 13 stations. Sendai Station connects the two lines.

Sendai Subway

The Namboku Line opened in 1987. The new Tozai Line (East-West line; color-coded blue) is presently under construction and is scheduled to open in 2015.

The Tozai Line will run from Yagiyama Dobutsu Koen 12 stops to Arai with Sendai Station the interchange station.

The Namboku Line is divided into 5 sections and fares range from 200-360 yen. The line centers on JR Sendai Station which connects to Tokyo via Shinkansen. The JR Senzan Line connects with Namboku Line stations Nagamachi, Sendai and Kita-Sendai.

Sendai Subway Map

Sendai City Transportation Bureau
1-4-15 Kimachi-dori
Tel: 022-224-5111

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