Trains Of Tokyu Company

1000 series

004s-15 067s 074s-11 115s-11-2
1004F (manufactured in 1989) 1008F (manufactured in 1990) 1012F (manufactured in 1990) 1013F (manufactured in 1991)
071s-13 116s-18 118s-13 075s-9
1017F (manufactured in 1991) 1019F (manufactured in 1991) 1020F (manufactured in 1992) 1022F (manufactured in 1992)
111s-15 117s-11 032s-11 119s-16
1023F (manufactured in 1992) 1024F (manufactured in 1992) 1108F (manufactured in 1990) 1503F
Series 1000 (Toyoko Line, car length 18m, 8-car fixed formation)
Series 1000 started commercial operation on December 26, 1988 on the Toyoko Line. 113 cars were manufactured by Tokyu Sharyo. The car length is 18m to match the building limit of the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, which operates directly across the line. The main controller is a GTO-VVVF inverter control ( 1C8M or 4M control), and the main electric motor is a TKM-88 cage-type three-phase AC induction motor with 130kW output and a train MT ratio of 6M2T. The main motor is a TKM-88 cage type three-phase AC induction motor with 130kW output and a train MT ratio of 6M2T.
In 2012, direct service to the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line was discontinued because the Tobu Isesaki Line (Tobu Skytree Line) could not be entered due to the equipment.
Photo (1)(2)(11)
Series 1000 (Ikegami Line, Tamagawa Line, car length 18m, 3 cars, 4 cars fixed formation)
Series 1000 that operates the Ikegami Line and Tamagawa Line is a lightweight stainless steel car of 18m class with three doors on each side. The number of doors and the number of windows between the doors are different from those of the same series, but the body structure, passenger doors, windows, and the shape of the front face are the same. The train MT ratio is 2M1T.
Photos (3)-(10)
Series 1000-1500 (Ikegami Line, Tamagawa Line, car length 18m, 3-car fixed formation)
The 1501F, 1503F, and 1504F trains are in operation.
Photo (12) shows 1503F.
(1)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (2)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (3)Near Kamata Station [2010/10/11]. (4)Near Kamata Station [Aug. 06, 2014].
(5)Near Kamata Station [2010/10/11]. (6)Near Kamata Station[August 6, 2014]. (7)Near Kamata Station[August 6, 2014]. (8)Near Kamata Station [2010/10/11].
(9)Near Kamata Station [2010/10/11]. (10)Near Kamata Station[August 6, 2014]. (11)Tamagawa Station [2010/04/11]. (12)Kamata Station Area[August 6, 2014].
cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3

2000 series

042s-23 048s-15 nophoto-1 nophoto-1
2001F (manufactured in 1991) 2003F (manufactured in 1993) cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3
Series 2000 (Denentoshi Line → Oimachi Line, 20m in length, 10 cars fixed → 6 cars)
The Series 2000 started commercial operation on March 31, 1992. 30 cars (2001F, 2002F, and 2003F) in three 10-car trains were manufactured by Tokyu Car Corporation based on the Series 9000. The main control system is a VVVF inverter control system using IGBT elements , and the braking system is an air brake with an ATC-linked electric command regenerative brake. The train MT ratio is 6M4T.
In 2018, 2002F and 2003F were remodeled by removing the intermediate cars for transfer to the Oimachi Line. 2001F is scheduled to be transferred in early 2019 after being renumbered to 9000 series.
(1)Mizonokuchi Station [2010/05/31]. (2)Mizonokuchi Station [2010/08/16]. cornerspace-3

2020 series

128s-9 129s-4
Series 2020 (Denentoshi Line, car length 20m, 10-car fixed formation)
Tokyu Corporation has announced that it will introduce a new type of train, the 2020 Series, to the Denentoshi Line in the spring of 2018. Initially, 30 cars (10 cars x 3 trains) will enter the fleet, and the number of trains will be increased sequentially thereafter. The exterior of the train will use the concept color “INCUBATION WHITE,” and inside the car, air purifiers will be installed for the first time on Tokyu Corporation trains. The seats will have high backs. Thirty-six LCD monitors are installed above the doors and seats in each middle car, providing news, weather forecasts, and multilingual information. In addition to security cameras, all trains will be equipped with free space for wheelchair and baby carriage users. In addition, low-noise main electric motors and drive units have been adopted, reducing exterior noise by approximately 10 decibels compared to the 8500 Series trains introduced in 1975. The control system uses next-generation semiconductor devices, and LED lights are used for all interior, front, and tail lights, reducing power consumption by about 50% compared to the 8500 Series trains.

3000 series

018s-10 088s-10 041s-17 058s-15
3002F (manufactured in 2000) 3002F (manufactured in 2000) 3006F (manufactured in 2000) 3013F (manufactured in 2000)
Series 3000 (Meguro Line, 20m in length, 6-car fixed formation)
Series 3000 started full-scale operation on the Meguro Line on August 6, 2000, when the Tokyu Mekama Line was divided into the Meguro Line and the Tamagawa Line. 78 cars (3001F-3013F) in 13 six-car trains are registered at the Motosumiyoshi Inspection District and are operated in common with Series 5080. The train is currently operated in a 6-car formation with an MT ratio of 3M3T, but is scheduled to be converted to a 4M4T formation in the future when it is used in 8-car formations.
The main controller is a VVVF inverter control system using IGBT elements. The brake system is a high-response digital-analog (HRDA) system, which uses pneumatic brakes in combination with electric command regenerative braking, and also uses delay-loading control. The normal brake system has 7-steps for manual operation and 15-steps for ATO operation. CS-ATC,ATO andTASC are installed as safety devices. On the Tokyu Meguro Line, CS-ATC and TASC are used, with manual operation by the driver when the train is under power, and automatic braking operation by TASC when the train stops at a station.
(1)Shin-Maruko Station [2010/02/24]. (2)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/01/21]. (3)Tamagawa Station [2010/02/14]. (4)Shin-Maruko Station [2010/01/28].
cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3

3020 series

132s-9 131s-9
Series 3020 (Meguro Line, 20m in length, 6-car fixed formation)
Like the 2020 Series on the Denentoshi Line and the 6020 Series on the Oimachi Line, the 3020 Series will be equipped with air purifiers, high-back seats and free space. The 3020 Series is scheduled to be introduced in the fall of 2019 with three six-car trains. Tokyu Corporation has also announced that it plans to operate 8-car trains on the Meguro Line before the Tokyu Shin-Yokohama Line is scheduled to open in the second half of fiscal 2022, and that the Series 3020 will be gradually converted to 8-car trains from the first half of fiscal 2022.

5000 series

005s-17 120s-9-2 039s-16 015s-12
5101F (manufactured in 2001) 5105F (manufactured in 2002) 5109F (manufactured in 2006) 5112F (manufactured in 2007)
034s-9 081s-7 038s-5 035s-2
5114F (manufactured in 2007) 5118F (manufactured in 2008) 5120F (manufactured in 2008) 5120F (manufactured in 2008)
Series 5000 (Den-en-toshi Line, car length 20m, 10 cars fixed formation)
Series 5000 started commercial operation on May 2, 2002. The cost was reduced by about 30% by using the same parts as those of JR East E231 series. The main controller is made by Hitachi (Series 5000 and 5050) or Toshiba (Series 5080).
The main circuit uses Toshiba-made IGBT elements, and the 5080 series actually uses a VVVF inverter control system that uses an injection-accelerated gate transistor (IEGT element) with higher withstand voltage and lower loss than IGBTs. The safety devices are Tokyu CS-ATC, Tokyo Subway CS-ATC, and Tobu Railway ATS.
(1)Around Eda Station [2010/05/31]. (2)Miyazakidai Station[2014/08/20]. (3)Near Tsukushino Station [2010/05/18].
(4)Matsubaradanchi Station on the Tobu Isesaki Line [2010/01/30]. (5)Miyazakidai Station [2011/05/18]. (6)Shin-Maruko Station [2010/10/11].
(7)Near Tsukushino Station [2010/05/18]. (8)Outside of Nagatsuta Rolling Stock Area [2010/04/21].

5050 series

024s-11 090s-9 092s-11 091s-9-2
5151F (manufactured in 2003) 5152F (manufactured in 2003) 5157F (manufactured in 2004) 5164F (manufactured in 2006)
089s-11 045s-26 080s 110s-14
5169F (manufactured in 2010) 5171F (manufactured in 2010) 5173F (manufactured in 2010) 5176F (manufactured in 2010)
Series 5050 (Toyoko Line, 20m in length, 8-car fixed formation)
Series 5050 was introduced to the Toyoko Line in April 2004.
It is a 20m 4-door lightweight stainless steel car body based on the E231 series, but its width is 2,770mm (2,778mm for Series 5000 Series 2 and after and Series 5080, 2,798mm for Series 5050) without hemstitching for subway access.
100 047s-19 The Toyoko Line began direct service with the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line on March 16, 2013, at a cost of 76 billion yen. Shibuya Station on the Toyoko Line was closed, as was Sakuragicho Station (closed on January 31, 2004), and the line between Shibuya Station (on the Fukutoshin Line) and Daikanyama Station became an underground track.
Abolished Tokyu Shibuya Station
The test run in the Fukutoshin Line has already been completed, including the Seibu and Tobu Lines, which are the destinations of the trains. The route was Moto-sumiyoshi inspection area (Tokyu Meguro line) – Meguro station (Tokyo Metro Namboku line) – Ichigaya connecting line (Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line) – Seibu Yurakucho line or Tobu Tojo line Wakoichi station.
Since March 16, 2013, Seibu (Series 60000) and Tobu (Series 90000 etc.) trains have been operating on the Toyoko Line.
The Tobu Tojo Line, Seibu Yurakucho Line and Seibu Ikebukuro Line are connected to the Toyoko Line and Yokohama Kosoku Minatomirai Line via the Fukutoshin Line by a single line. Shibuya Station on the Fukutoshin Line is under the jurisdiction of Tokyu Corporation.
(1)Outside of Motosumiyoshi Inspection District [2010/04/11]. (2)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (3)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (4)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10].
(5)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (6)Hakuraku Station [2011/01/21]. (7)Hakuraku Station [2011/01/21]. (8)Tamagawa Station[2014/08/05].

Series 5050-4000

105s-15 104s-9 120s-9-2 103s-11
4106F 4108F 4109F 4110F(Shibuya Hikarie)
Series 5050-4000 (for the Toyoko Line and other company lines, 20m in length, 10-car fixed formation)
This series is a group of the 10-car through train of Series 5050 for the Toyoko Line, and was newly classified as the 4000 series in order to distinguish it from the 8-car trains. It has direct service to Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line, Yurakucho Line, Tobu Tojo Main Line and Seibu Ikebukuro Line. The number of cars is basically the same as the conventional cars except for the number of cars and the car number, but the screen size of the in-train information display above the cabin door has been changed to a 17-inch wide type, and the shape of the luggage rack has been changed from wire mesh to plate. ATO departure button, door open/close switch, etc. are placed around the mass controller, and ITV (platform monitoring monitor) is installed on the upper part of the cab. In addition to the conventional ATC-P device functions, the Tobu ATS and Seibu ATS devices have been added, and in addition to the spatial wave radio device, an inductive radio device for use on the Tokyo subway line has been added as a radio device.
(1)Hakuraku Station [2014/03/04]. (2)Hakuraku Station [2014/03/04]. (3)Fujimidai Station on the Seibu-Ikebukuro Line [Aug. 7, 2014]. (4)Hakuraku Station [2014/03/04].
cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3

5080 series

109s-15 046s-24-2 019s-17 nophoto-1
5182F (manufactured in 2006) 5184F (manufactured in 2006) 5188F (manufactured in 2008) cornerspace-3
Series 5080 (Meguro Line, 20m long, 6-car fixed formation)
Series 5080 started commercial operation on the Meguro Line on March 13, 2003. The difference from other Series 5000 is that it is equipped with Tokyo Subway CS-ATC, level crossing control, ATC with temporary speed limiting function ,ATO andTASC for one-man operation. 60 cars (5181F-5190F) in 10 6-car formation belong to Motosumiyoshi Inspection District.
(1)Tamagawa Station[2014/08/05]. (2)Tamagawa Station [2010/08/16]. (2)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. cornerspace-3

6000 series

085s-8 020s-12 078s-15 010s-16
6101F (manufactured in 2007) 6102F (manufactured in 2007) 6104F (manufactured in 2007) 6105F (manufactured in 2007)
Series 6000 (Oimachi Line express train, 20m in length, 6-car → 7-car fixed formation)
Series 6000 started commercial operation on March 28, 2008 for express trains on the Oimachi Line.
The main controller is a two-level VVVF inverter control system with Toshiba IGBT elements, the same as Series 5080, and the brake system is an air brake with electric command type regenerative brake. The Deha 6500 type is equipped with 2 units of 1C4M type and the Deha 6200 type is equipped with 1 unit of 1C4M type.
Six 6-car trains with 36 cars (6101F-6106F) were built, and the train MT ratio is 3M3T.
(1)Mizonokuchi Station [2011/01/13]. (2)Futakotamagawa Station [2010/02/20]. (3)Oimachi Station [2010/10/11]. (4)Ookayama Station [2010/01/23].
cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3

6020 series

127s-13 ●Series 6020 (Oimachi Line express train, 20m in length, 7-car fixed formation)
Series 6020 (two 7-car trains) are scheduled to be introduced in spring 2018. It is scheduled to gradually change express trains from the current 6-car formation to 7-car formation, with all 6 formations to be converted to 7-car formations by March 2018. Like the 2020 Series trains scheduled to be introduced on the Den-en-toshi Line, air purifiers will be installed. The seats have high backs, and digital signage has been installed above the doors to provide enhanced multilingual guidance and information services.
We have also installed a large-capacity information management system that can constantly monitor the vehicles. The aim is to stabilize operations by, for example, identifying signs of breakdowns in advance.

7000 series

029s-15 077s-8 062s-10 006s-21
7101F (manufactured in 2007) 7102F (manufactured in 2007) 7103F (manufactured in 2008) 7104F (manufactured in 2008)
112s-4 113s-8 nophoto-1 nophoto-1
7105F (manufactured in 2009) 7106F (manufactured in 2009) cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3
Series 7000 (Ikegami Line and Tamagawa Line, car length 18m, 3-car fixed formation)
The new Series 7000 started commercial operation on December 25, 2007 on the Ikegami Line and Tamagawa Line.
This series is 18m class and light weight stainless steel car with three doors on one side, which was designed based on 5000 series. In 2010, 18 cars (7101F to 7106F) in three-car six-car formation were in service, and by 2011, 3 cars (7101F to 7106F) in three-car six-car formation were in service. In 2010, 18 cars in six 3-car trains (7101F to 7106F) were in service, and 27 cars in nine 3-car trains were added by FY2011. The safety device is Tokyu track current type ATS.
(1)Around Kamata Station [2010/01/23]. (2)Near Kamata Station [2010/10/11]. (3)Near Kamata Station [2010/10/11]. (4)Yukigaya-Otsuka Station [2010/01/23].
(5)Near Kamata Station[August 6, 2014]. (6)Near Kamata Station[August 6, 2014]. cornerspace-3

8500 series

063s-10 064s-9 036s-11-2 087s-8
8030F (manufactured in 1978) 8031F (manufactured in 1983) 8614F (manufactured in 1975) 8615F (manufactured in 1975)
027s-13 040s-14 056s-15 123s-12
8616F (manufactured in 1975) 8617F (manufactured in 1975) 8626F (manufactured in 1976) 8632F (manufactured in 1983)
121s-3 122s-12 011s-20 033s-13
8635 (manufactured in 1984) 8637F (manufactured in 1986) 8638F (manufactured in 1986) 8642F (manufactured in 1987 and scrapped)
Series 8500 (Den-en-toshi Line, car length 20m, 10-car fixed formation)
Series 8500 was built from 1975 to 1991, and won the Laurel Prize of the Association of Friends of Railways in 1976. 8500 Series has expanded its operation range by the direct service between Denentoshi Line, Tokyo Subway Hanzomon Line and Tobu Railway Isesaki Line which started in 2003. The number of the rolling stock used by Tokyu is the largest, but it was replaced by the 5000 series in 2003.
Since 2005, the cars have been transferred to Nagano Electric Railway, Izu Kyuko, Chichibu Railway, and Indonesia (KRL Jabotabek). Tokyu Corporation’s new medium-term three-year management plan (FY2018-2020) formulated on March 27, 2018, includes the replacement of old trains on the Denentoshi Line. 8500 series trains will be retired by FY2022.
Photo (11) shows a 5-car fixed formation on the Oimachi Line.
Photo (12) shows an 8500 Series 8642F being sent to the Nagatsuta rolling stock plant for scrapping on July 19, 2019.
(1)Sugito Takanodai Station on the Tobu Isesaki Line [2010/12/05]. (2)Near Tsukushino Station [2010/05/18]. (3)Near Tsukushino Station [2010/05/18].
(4)Mizonokuchi Station [2010/08/16]. (5)Matsubaradanchi Station on the Tobu Isesaki Line [2010/01/30]. (6)Around Edano Station [2010/05/31].
(7)Mizonokuchi Station [2011/01/13]. (8)Miyazakidai Station[2014/08/20]. (9)Miyazakidai Station[2014/08/20].
(10)Miyazakidai Station[2014/08/20]. (11)Hatanodai Station [2010/01/23] *Oimachi Line (5-car trains) (12)Outside Nagatsuta Rolling Stock Depot [2010/04/21].
cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3

9000 series

043s-19 044s-24 086s-8 003s-13
9001F (made in 1985) 9002F (made in 1987) 9003F (made in 1987) 9005F (made in 1987)
066s-9-2 079s-9 068s-4-2 096s-13
9006F (made in 1987) 9007F (made in 1988) 9009F (made in 1988) 9010F (made in 1988)
094s-12 093s-12-2 095s-4 012s-19-2
9012F (manufactured in 1988) 9013F (manufactured in 1988) 9014F (manufactured in 1989) 9015F (manufactured in 1990)
Series 9000 (Toyoko Line, 20m in length, 8-car fixed formation)
The Series 9000 started commercial operation on March 9, 1986, with VVVF inverter control and Tokyu’s first cage-type three-phase AC induction motor. The asymmetrical front and the use of cross-seats in some of the car interiors were some of the major changes made to the interior and exterior of the train.
117 cars were manufactured by Tokyu Sharyo, and 102 cars are in operation. The trains for the Toyoko and Minatomirai lines are 9 8-car trains (9001F, 9005F, 9008F, 9010F to 9015F, 72 cars) of 4M4T configuration, and 6 5-car trains (9002F to 9004F, 9006F to 9007F, 9009F, 30 cars) of 3M2T configuration for the Oimachi line. Because this series was put into the Toyoko Line, the 8500 series which had been operating in the same line was transferred to the Denentoshi Line, and there is a history of appropriating it for the increase in the number of trains in the same line.
In addition, the six intermediate cars that became surplus due to the transfer to the Oimachi Line were scrapped for the first time in June 2009.
On March 16, 2013, Series 9000 cars were taken out of service on the Toyoko Line due to the interchange of the Toyoko Line with the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line. (9001F,9005F,9010F,9012F)
*Photographs (2), (6) and (7) show cars in operation on the Oimachi Line (5-car fixed formation).
(1)Hakuraku Station [2011/01/21]. (2)Mizonokuchi Station [2010/08/16]. (3)Mizonokuchi Station [2011/01/13]. (4)Jiyugaoka Station [2010/01/23].
(5)Tamagawa Station [2010/01/28]. (6)Oimachi Station [2010/10/11]. (7)Mizonokuchi Station [2010/08/16]. (8)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10].
(9)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (10)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (11)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10]. (12)Musashi Kosugi Station [2011/01/21].
cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3

Series Y013 (Yokohama Rapid Transit)

021s-11 026s-8 106s-14-2 nophoto-1
Y003F formation Y003F formation Y001F formation cornerspace-3
Series Y-013 (Kodomonokuni Line, 20m long, 2-car fixed formation)
The Y-013 Series, which operates on the Kodomo no Kuni Line (3.4 km single track), was put into service in March 2000, using the rolling stock and facilities of Yokohama Rapid Transit, and is operated by Tokyu Corporation. The main controller is a VVVF inverter control system using IGBT elements manufactured by Toshiba, and the train MT ratio is 1M1T. Three 2-car trains belong to the Nagatsuta Inspection District.
(1)Near Onda Station [2010/02/23]. (2)Near Onda Station [2010/02/23]. (3)Near Nagatsuta Station[2014/06/20].

Y500 Series (Yokohama Rapid Transit)

083s-5 028s-13 057s-2 013s-22
Y511F formation Y512F formation Y513F formation Y516F formation
Series Y500 (Toyoko Line, car length 20m, 8-car fixed formation)
Series Y500 was introduced to the Yokohama Rapid Transit Minatomirai Line. The design is based on the Tokyu Series 5000 and 5080. The operation and maintenance of the trains are outsourced to Tokyu Corporation, and the trains are inspected and sent to the Nagatsuta Works via the Meguro Line, Oimachi Line and Denentoshi Line. 6 trains of 8 cars (total 48 cars, Y511F to Y516F) are in service.
(1)Shin-Maruko Station [2010/10/11]. (2)Hakuraku Station [2011/01/21]. (3)Hakuraku Station [2011/01/21]. (4)Shin-Maruko Station [2011/09/10].
Setagaya Line 1,372mm gauge [track line].

300 series

107s-11 007s-20 009s-17 023s-9
301 organization 302 organization 303 organization 304 organization
054s-16 108s-19 049s-13 008s-13
305 organization 306 organization 307 organization 308 organization
017s-13 051s-14 nophoto-1 nophoto-1
309 organization Formation 310 cornerspace-3 cornerspace-3
Series 300 (Setagaya Line, 2-car fixed formation with interlocking system, total interlocking length 23.98m)
Series 300 is a track train which started commercial operation on July 11, 1999. It uses a VVVF inverter control system manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation. The overhead electric system is 600V DC and the track width is 1,372mm. The main electric motor is a Toyo Denki TKM-300 cage type three-phase AC induction motor with an output of 60kW. The maximum operating speed is 40Km/h, which is the legal speed to have enough power performance.
The Setagaya Line is a railcar line between Sangenjaya (Denentoshi Line) and Shimotakaido (Keio Line) station (line length: 5 km). Fares are flat for all sections, 140 yen for adults and 70 yen for children (as of 2010). The line is double-tracked, with single-track platforms at both terminus stations. The inspection area is located next to Kamimachi station as Yukigaya inspection area Kamimachi group.
(1)Near Shimotakaido Station[2014/08/02]. (2)Sangenjaya Station [2009/12/20]. (3)Near Matsubara Station [2008/06/14]. (4)Near Shimotakaido Station [2011/10/16].
(5)Near Shimotakaido Station [2011/10/16]. (6)Near Shimotakaido Station[2014/08/02]. (7)Near Shimotakaido Station[2010/08/16]. (8)Near Shimotakaido Station[2010/08/16].
(9)Near Matsubara Station [2008/06/14]. (10)Near Shimotakaido Station[2010/08/16]. (Lower)Near Nishi-Taishido Station[2014/08/20].