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Houses in Adachi Ward

Area outline

Adachi ward is divided from Arakawa ward to the south by the Sumida river, and from Katsushika ward in the east by the Nakagawa river, and borders Saitama cities Kawaguchi, Soka, and Yashio to the north. In Kita-Senju in the south of the ward, there are many shopping centers around the station, as well as the Sky Tree line stops Umejima, Takenotsuka, Nishi-Arai, and Taishi-mae, which are all growing in their own right. It always had good access with national highways 7 and 4, but now that more lines have been connected via lines like Toneri Liner, Tsukuba Express, and others, it is now even easier to get to any from here. Adachi has the most land space devoted to parks in all of Tokyo. As of 2010 there were 665,000 people living in Adachi, but that number is only growing.

Things to see

There are many places in Adachi to see, and as the 3rd largest ward, it has many places by the river sides to enjoy fireworks or other events in the summer. Every year 600,000 people come to enjoy over 12,000 fireworks. Also this might be the best place for parks in Tokyo, with many large and well-known parks to enjoy, not to mention the rivers.

Lifestyle

Kita-Senju is a bustling business district, but due to increasingly improving transportation routes, there have been quiet residential areas springing up as well. Most stations have supermarkets or other stores around them, making for convenience. Cost of living is trending downward, too. Thanks to Adachi ward's improving access and success with parks, it has been more attractive to live here.

6 houses with 149rooms in Adachi Ward

Adachi ward, in the northeast of Tokyo

Rental market price in Adachi Ward

Share House

Average ¥54,264

Apartment

Average ¥68,258

Tenant demographic graph of Adachi Ward


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