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|Platforms of Shiki Station
stations in Saitama)
| There is a medium bus rotary at this
Shiki Station (志木駅 Shiki-eki) is a railway station in
Saitama, Japan operated by
It has two island platforms (four tracks) on the Tōbu
Tōjō Line for services to Yorii, Saitama and Ikebukuro,
Shin-Kiba via the Tokyo Metro Yūrakuchō Line,
Station via the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin
Line. All services except TJ Liner services stop at this station.
During the daytime, local services (four trains per hour) from
Ikebukuro terminate here.
Despite its name, the station building is not in Shiki. The city
of Shiki has only one station, Yanasegawa Station, which is the
next stop after Shiki Station on the Tōjō Line.
The station opened opened on 1 May 1914 coinciding with the
opening of the Tōjō Railway line from Ikebukuro.
From 17 July 2008, there is a direct express bus service to/from
Narita Airport (via Asakadai
Station). The bus stop is on the south side of the station.
Aerial view of the station and surrounding area in 1974
Coordinates: 35°49′20″N 139°34′31″E / 35.822346°N