Ebina 

 

Ebina Station lies on the Odakyu, Sotetsu, and JR Sagami Lines in central Ebina, Kanagawa, in the southwest of Tokyo. Odakyu has two island platforms, Sotetsu has a bay platform, while Sagami has one island platform.

  

Ebina is a city in the center of Kanagawa Prefecture in the southwestern part of Tokyo. It is a historical city with ruins dating back to over 30,000 years. The area prospered during the Nara period and by 1898, two villages had been established Ebina and Arima. The villages were mainly inhabited by farmers who cultivated the rice fields, which surrounded the villages. In 1955, the two villages merged, and in 1971 it was declared a city with the name of Ebina. As the city developed, most of the rice fields were removed. Today, the only remaining fields are on the western part of the city.

 

Modern day Ebina is an urbanized town with an estimated population of over 126,000 people. The area around the station is particularly developed with several shops, restaurants, and a theater.
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