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The JR Ome line runs in the west of Tokyo, outside the 23 wards.
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It runs from Tachikawa to Okutama over 25 stations. It is used to get to the Tama area. Usually people will take the Chuo line from Tokyo to Tachikawa station and then switch to the Ome line. The Tama area is actually a popular spot for many people to go sightseeing. It covers 37.2 km. The views outside the train window are always nice. It is used extensively both ways: into Tokyo for commuters, out of Tokyo for people going on trips. Many areas along the line have comparatively lower rent prices, and many families live in its areas.
Places to see
The Ome line boasts many popular sightseeing spots, and attracts many visitors. Mitake station in Ome city is a stop for people going to climb Mt. Mitake. From the mountain, you can see the beautiful view of the Mitake valley. There are also many art galleries. Near Akeshima station is the Showa Tennis Center, Showa golf course, and Hie shrine. Hatonosu station is home to the Shiromaru dam and the Hatonosu valley. The last stop, Okutama, is near the Okutama and Nippara rivers, and is a popular camping spot, with hot springs, and the Oku Hikawa shrine. It's a great escape from the bustle of the city. It is a popular area for families to live and relax. There are of course shopping areas that support the residents of the stops along the Ome line, but it is most proud of its beautiful spots of nature.
When people think of living in Tokyo, they think of a busy hectic city life, but the Ome line is another story altogether. Even if you work in Shinjuku or Tokyo, you may love the lifestyle along the peaceful Ome line. You can have the best of both worlds, able to get into the city and also escape into nature. Rent prices are comparatively cheap you so many be able to find a great place for you. With nature and historical areas, it's a great place to raise children as well. Combined with a bicycle and/or car, there's no place you won't be able to go. Go into Tokyo on the weekdays for work, then out into Okutama on days off for camping or hiking or hot springs with your family.
JR-Ome line stations
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