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Sunday I went to the Seibu Musashigaoka Depot open house. Crowded with families and tetsuota (a given since it's in Saitama) but there were railways from all over Kanto represented at the souvenir booths. I picked up a surplus route map of the Tokyu Lines before the beginnning of through services via the underground Shibuya Station. They gave buyers two choices- a yama-gawa version with the left side stations being inland locations, or an umi-gawa version where the left side is stations close to the sea or southern Kanagawa locations. I chose the umi-gawa version, as that's the one I'm use
Keio, Tokyu, Seibu and Tokyo Metro now number there stations and I have issued revised route maps. Tokyu has a PDF map showing station numbers.There is an interactive version of this map on the Japanese language Tokyu web site that links through to station information pages. This version of the map is not on the English language Tokyu web page and I just happened to stumble upon it. The Tokyu map shows the name and color of Tokyo Metro through routings, something that is rare. PDF version http://www.tokyu.co.jp/railway/menu/rosen-web080602.pdf Interactive version http://www.toky