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Share Houses in Musashino

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Musashino city is 15 minutes from Shinjuku on the JR Chuo line and 20 from Tachikawa, placing it almost right in the middle of Tokyo as a prefecture.

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Rental market price in Musashino

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Average ¥69,556


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Area overview

Musashino city lies pretty much equidistant from the Tokyo metropolis and the rest of the city in the west. It has many industries as well as plentiful natural areas and large neighborhoods. It has a solid image of a place where people would like to live. It has many department stores, restaurants, and parks that are enjoyed by people across all ages, such as the Kichijoji area with Inokashira Park, the central area, with sports and many others facilities, and Musashi proper, with many cultural and educational areas and nature. There are also many farming families.

Things to see

Kichijoji is the most popular place in Musashino, often mentioned on TV or in magazines. It retains a lot of old-style shops while also successfully having many new and individualistic shops. Take a walk from the station to see a zoo, museum, stalls at the park, and take in the various nature spots. The Tama river also flows through Musashino, and you can walk, jog, or cycle along the river from Mitaka station.


A long-running community bus called "mu-bus" connects the neighborhoods among the three areas of Kichijoji, Mitaka, and Musashino. There is a day service and short stay facility for the elderly, as well as many facilities supporting children from birth to 3 years of age. The maintenance and management of Musashino's parks come from community groups, who help to maintain the parks, buildings, and river sides. They have created a great balance between neighborhoods and green spaces, preserved spaces for farmland, and secured emergency areas in case of disaster. Most residents probably do not feel the need to venture into the metropolis, as everything they want and need is in their city already. Living alonside nature is the Musashino lifestyle.