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ASAKUSA now 48,673 + ???
 Hokkaido Shinkansen
 The newest Shinkansen train runs up
 to Hakodate started March 2016.
Hokuriku Shinkansen
 up to Kanazawa started March 2015.
 N700 to N700A series Nozomi
 The newest train of Nozomi Shinkansen
 run between Tokyo and Hakata, Kyushu.
The number is average calculated per day at Asakusa station on Tobu Line for the year 2017. The earthquake year 2011 made numbers declined due to the earthquake/tsunami/fukushima disaster, but recovered a bit to 48,673 in 2017. It includes ride-on passengers as well as get-off passengers. At another Asakusa station on Tokyo Metro Line was 107,628 people a day. Tawaramachi station had 33,317 everyday. For those who would be curious about the numbers/figures for another big stations, here's some picked up statistics of major JR stations (please note that JR counts only ride-on passengers, therefore, to compare with Tobu Line and Tokyo Metro Line, JR figures need to be doubled). (daily ride-on passenger)
Shinjuku : 778,618
Ikebukuro : 566,516
Tokyo : 452,549
Yokohama : 420,129
Shinagawa : 378,566 (new mag-lev station in near future)
Shibuya : 370,669
Above is Top 6 of JR
Akihabara : 250,251 (number 9)
Ueno : 187,536 (number 13)
Maihama (Disneyland) : 79,063
Narita Airport (T1) : 7,240
Narita Airport (T2&T3) : 5,292
Hirataki : 5 (only 5 passengers daily used  iiyama line from this station)
Kuzakai : 1 (yes, only 1 person average got-on from the station, Yamada line)
You might have heard of that Shinjuku has 3 - 4 million (3,000,000 - 4,000,000, depending on statistic and on which area specificly measure) people everyday which is the figure including not only JR but other private railways such as Toei Subway, Tokyo Metro, Odakyu and Keio. The X crossing, diagonal crossing, scramble intersection in front of Hachiko (the dog statue), Shibuya station, has about 800,000 people a day. It may take several lives to shake all of their hands, so let's not take it (each encounter) for granted.
Do you like numbers/figures? Here's more to satisfy your brain (^^) with how many people live in top 10 cities in Japan!
Tokyo 23 districts : 9,100,000
Yokohama : 3,700,000
Osaka : 2,700,000
Nagoya : 2,300,000
Sapporo : 2,000,000
Kobe : 1,500,000
Fukuoka : 1,500,000
Kawasaki : 1,500,000
Saitama : 1,300,000
Hiroshima : 1,200,000
Sendai : 1,100,000
Taito-ku (1 of the Tokyo 23 districts, where Ueno and Asakusa are located) : 186,000
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