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Higashi-Kawaguchi Station is served by the following two lines.
There are two sections at this station. The JR section consists of an elevated island platform.
The Saitama Rapid Railway section consists of an underground island platform. There are orange platform screen doors. Platform 1 serves Urawa-Misono bound trains. Platform 2 serves trains to Hatogaya, Akabane-Iwabuchi, Meguro (via the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line) and Hiyoshi (via the Tokyu Meguro Line).
|Saitama Rapid Railway Line|
|Tozuka Angyō||Local||Urawa Misono|
The JR East Station was one of the original stations on the Japanese National Railways (JNR) Musashino Line, which opened on April 1, 1973. It became an interchange station when the Saitama Rapid Railway opened on March 28, 2001.
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