Tang-kiaⁿ Tē-hā-thih Lâm-pak-soàⁿ

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Tang-kiaⁿ Tē-hā-thih Lâm-pak-soàⁿ
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Ki-pún chu-liāu
Êng-ūn tē-khu Tang-kiaⁿ
Chhia-chām 19
Khí-tiám
Chiong-tiám
Meguro
Akabane-Iwabuti
Ki-su̍t sò͘-kì
Chhia-lióng ki-tē Ôzi
Êng-ūn chu-sìn
Sêng-kheh-liōng 449,267 (FY2010)[1]
Só͘-iú-jîn Tang-kiaⁿ Tē-hā-thih
Lō͘-soàⁿ-tô͘

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Tang-kiaⁿ Tē-hā-thih Lâm-pak-soàⁿ (東京地下鉄南北線 Tōkyō Chikatetsu Nanboku-sen?)Tang-kiaⁿ-to͘ Sinagawa-khu Meguro-chām kàu Kita-khu Akabane-iwabuti-chām, Tang-kiaⁿ Tē-hā-thih ê lō͘-soàⁿ.

Chhia-chām[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

Pian-hō Chhia-chām Ji̍t-pún-gí Lī (Kong-lí) Poaⁿ-chhia Só͘-chai
Chhia-chām
chi-kan
Àn N-01 luí-kè
↑ Tah Tokyu MG line symbol.svg Tôkyû Meguro-soàⁿ tē-hā thong-hêng Hiyoshi
N-01 Meguro 目黒 - 0.0 Sinagawa-khu
N-02 Sirokanedai 白金台 1.3 1.3 Subway TokyoMita.png Toei Mita-soàⁿ (I-02) (thong-iōng) Minato-khu
N-03 Sirokane-Takanawa 白金高輪 1.0 2.3 Subway TokyoMita.png Toei Mita-soàⁿ (I-03) (thong-iōng)
N-04 Azabu-Zyûban 麻布十番 1.3 3.6 Subway TokyoOedo.png Toei Ôedo-soàⁿ (E-22)
N-05 Roppongi-Ittyôme 六本木一丁目 1.2 4.8  
N-06 Tameike-Sannô 溜池山王 0.9 5.7 Tiyoda-khu
N-07 Nagatatyô 永田町 0.9 6.6
N-08 Yotuya 四ツ谷 1.3 7.9 Sinzyuku-khu
N-09 Itigaya 市ケ谷 1.0 8.9
N-10 Îdabasi 飯田橋 1.1 10.0
N-11 Kôrakuen 後楽園 1.4 11.4 Bunkyô-khu
N-12 Tôdaimae 東大前 1.3 12.7  
N-13 Hon-Komagome 本駒込 0.9 13.6  
N-14 Komagome 駒込 1.4 15.0 Yamanote-soàⁿ Tosima-khu
N-15 Nisigahara 西ケ原 1.4 16.4   Kita-khu
N-16 Ôzi 王子 1.0 17.4
N-17 Ôzi-Kamiya 王子神谷 1.2 18.6  
N-18 Simo 志茂 1.6 20.2  
N-19 Akabane-Iwabuti 赤羽岩淵 1.1 21.3 Saitama Ko-sok-thih-tō-soàⁿ
↓ Tah Saitama Ko-sok-thih-tō-soàⁿ tē-hā thong-hêng Urawa-Misono

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Tokyo Metro station ridership in 2010 Train Media (sourced from Tokyo Metro) Retrieved May 28, 2012.

Gōa-pō͘ liân-kiat[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

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