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4-25-3 Nishifuna, Funabashi 273-0031, Chiba Prefecture, Funabashi
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convenient, international language for ticket machine (chinese, english, korean, spanish), nice, helpful and polite staff, train on time.
The platform is wide and easy to walk.
I used to use the station Naka only when I used to change trains, but I got out of the ticket gate for the first time. I was surprised how many bars are in front of the station 🍺🏮😁
The station staff is very responsible and eager to tell how to ride the car.
It is a very convenient place, but the negative and dark image is strong because the love hotel area is nearby. I feel that the ability of the station is higher than the adjacent Funabashi, but Funabashi has department stores and Yokado in front of the station, and it is totally defeated. Even when writing comments like this, men and women in the community will enter the hotel from the home. I wanted you to do your best here as a transportation hub without giving off a strange appeal.
Station Naka is substantial.I don't often come here, but I think station Naka has many restaurants for the scale of the station.In addition, there are many bars that can be enjoyed at reasonable prices in front of the station.When traveling by car from Chiba, there are many places where traffic jams are severe, so it is convenient to use a train.It is about 30 minutes even if you park your car at Minato Chiba (the parking lot is cheap) and transfer between Keiyo Line and Musashino Line.Revisited December 15, 2019Nishifune Station has a small but Perrier store, which is located on the third floor.When going up to the third floor with an escalator, Zoff, a coffee shop, and a massage shop that handle bookstores and glasses were open.I thought I came to Nishifune, but I think this station is a station where it is difficult to understand where the ticket gate is if you are not used to it. 😂
Strongest if the Sobu line rapid stops
This is a station on the JR Sobu Line. Only stops at Sobu-Chuo Line stations. The Sobu Rapid Line does not stop. Originally, it was a station that stopped only at Sobu-Chuo Line stations. In 1969, the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line entered, and in 1973, the JR Musashino Line entered. And in 1996, the Toyo High Speed Rail, which connects to the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, entered Chiba Prefecture and became one of the major terminal stations in Chiba Prefecture. The station is very crowded with transit passengers. The Nakayama Racecourse can also be reached on foot from this station.
AVOID at all costs. You will be harassed and pushed and kicked and punched by the salarymen who are changing trains at this station. Also, it is very easy to get lost. Totally nonsensical routes going through this station and catching the right one requires lots of luck. For some reason this station is more frequented by those less fortunate in the brain department.
There are 3 routes, complete with elevators and escalators, and a full range of on-site stores.
On the Tokyo Metro Tozai LineYagi Senkaku I did it! I got on a train at a child rate! lucky!Conductor You're a ticket for kids. Adults get on the train at regular rates! This is common sense! So, leave!Yagi Senkaku Man It's a monk to ride with a ticket for childrenMr. Abe, was it okay?The conductor is right! I'll close the door now~w15000 series wide door pushYagi Senkaku It was caught! I wish I was there (crying)
This is a very big station you can take tozai line musashino line and lot of trains more
Gigantic station, full of people
The Chuo Sobu Line stops at each station, and the Musashino Line, Subway Tozai Line, and Toyo Rapid Transit Trains enter. Sobu rapids pass (stop). I think there is a demand for rapid stops.The main station of this station is simply changing trains, and the area around the station is not so prosperous. However, the station Naka is substantial. The negative point is that it is always crowded.
Very good transportation
Not that big of a station , but has a shopping area and changing lines is not that confusing. Beware of the 武蔵野線 line though, always check the track number !!!!
From noon to evening, it is normal, but people get very crowded on the day of morning rush, when going home at night, or on heavy rain. Nishi-Funabashi Station is a station that people who work in Tokyo who live in Chiba tend to go through, so if you can't sit at Nishi-Funabashi Station, especially on the Tozai Line or Sobu Line, you will often not even sit down. The Tozai Line, which leads to the Tsudanuma area, runs only within a certain period of time, so be careful when using it. The quality of shops around Nishifunabashi Station is normal, and there is no special mention.
It is a station that is often used by transfer with Sobu Stations and Musashino Line, Tozai Line, and Toba Express Line. There are many popular taverns around the station, and it is a convenient station for drinking parties. The ease of use of Ekinaka seems to be better than Funabashi Station.
Station Naka is enriched. The drug store is especially helpful. It was really helpful when I forgot to buy motion sickness medicine.There are few stairs to get down to the platform of the Sobu Line, and the flow of the morning Metro → Sobu Line is quite crowded. We recommend that you make your itinerary with a margin for one transfer.
★ JR passes the Sobu Line (each stop), Musashino Line, private railway passes the Tozai Line and Toyo High Speed Rail.★ Because it is a terminal, I think it would be nice to stop fast, but the Sobu Line Rapid does not stop.★ There are various kinds of Echinaka, and there are sweets, side dishes, breads, tarts, and other sweets that change every month.★ Only multi-purpose toilets with diapers and small seats.★ There are many passengers who transfer, so it is crowded in the morning and evening. The morning Musashino Line home is particularly crowded and difficult to climb.
§ was delicious eaten a fried, may be Potesara to finish on your own ❗
In terms of the number of passengers getting on and off, it is the top among the railway stations in Chiba Prefecture. Even if you look at the line, it is No. 1 as Nishifune Station on the Tozai Line. 3rd place as JR Nishifuna station. JR can take the Sobu Line, Musashino Line, and Keiyo Line. It is also the terminal for the Toyo Rapid Railway.Positioned as a so-called [important point of transportation]. In other words, there are many passengers transferring, but this is not the number of passengers getting on and off at the station itself.There were restaurants and shops in Naka station. I could say that there was almost nothing before.
Easy do use as tourist, almost everything is in English.
The number of passengers in Chiba is quite high, right? The convenience is great just because the Metro Tozai Line is connected to the JR Sobu Line and the Musashino Line. During the morning and evening rush, his face is likely to be crushed. So I use a motorcycle. Surrounding stations are Funabashi, Higashi-Funabashi and Minami-Funabashi, and it would be perfect if Kita-Funabashi and Shin-Funabashi were built.
The Musashino Line home is dangerous during rush hours. The person who gets off the vehicle and the person who wants to ride. Too many people in the home. The entrance should be restricted under the stairs.Immediately install a home door. Risk of accidents.
There are shops selling food such as cardies and donks in the station, and bookstores and cafes on the 2nd floor, so it's convenient to be able to buy various things without having to go through the ticket gates. Often used between transfers. There are some shops even after exiting the ticket gate.
Sobu would be more convenient if it stopped quickly. I think every time, but if you stop here, the congestion will become terrible 😭Well, the dilemma! !
It is bustling as a transfer station for JR Sobu Line, Musashino Line, Keiyo Line, Subway Tozai Line, and Toyo Highway Line. Station Naka store is very convenient because there are more people to transfer than those leaving the ticket gate. Between Tozai Line and JR, there was no transfer ticket gate before, but there was a ticket gate that would have been a lot of people who were wearing a kisel. It was a pity that people who came and got off the Tozai Line couldn't use the JR side store, but I wonder if it is unavoidable.
Recently, various shops have been opened in the station Naka (^^) v
One busy station connecting multiple train lines. It's crowded almost all times of the year. There is a big shopping mall underground & station staff are generally kind & gentle. There is elevator connectivity for almost all platforms. It might be confusing to understand which train arrives in which platform sometimes if you can't understand Japanese very well.
It is out of the question at the time of the Tozai Line that is always crowded, but since it is the first train, the only advantage is that you can sit in the Nakano area
The trains in Musashino Line stinks bruh, y cant u get rid of it? It smells like piss.
You can transfer to the Tozai Line from here. The roof of the station is full of solar panels. Is it being used effectively? There are not many shops at the south exit. Main is the north exit. When I went a little from the station, I saw some children attending school. There were various adult shops nearby.
I didn't like that for the Musashino Line there was a 20 minute gap per every train, and that the platform overlooks a bunch of love hotels. Super seedy...
Very nice train station.
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