Tameike Sannou
Chiyoda-ku Nagata cho.
  • There is the Prime Minister's office near.
  • Many police officers.
  • This is the Tameike Sannou Station.
  • Boundary line of Minato-ku and Chiyoda-ku.
  • Is there the station of the boundary elsewhere?
  • That is the Itabashi Station.
  • How do they decide on that name?
  • Chiyoda-ku hoped for Sannou Station.
  • Why Sannou?
  • Because there is The Sannou Hiei Shinto shrine.
  • How did Minato-ku said?
  • This area's name was Tameike town.
  • Minato-ku hoped for Tameike Station.
  • Is there Tameike town now?
  • No. It is the street intersection's name now.
  • Why is it Tameike?
  • Tameike mean the pond in Japanese.
  • There is a pond in old days.
  • A big pond.
  • 1.4km in total length.
  • How long the width size?
  • 190 meters.
  • It is a shape resembling that of a gourd.
  • Where is the pond?
  • The pond became dirty, they filled it up.
  • There is no more.
  • Bad luck.
  • This is the monument.
  • What about the name of the station?
  • They adopted Chiyoda-ku and Minato-ku both opinions.
  • Match Tameike with Sannou.
  • It is the Tameike Sannou Station.
  • This is simple.
  • Okay, I must go to Akasaka.