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The Toei Asakusa line runs from Nishi-Magome station in Ota ward to Oshiage station in Sumida ward, Tokyo.
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Toei-Asakusa line / Honjo Azumabashi 5minutes
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- Women only
- Bicycle parking
- Non-Smoking house
Rooms for 2 or more available
¥61,000 - ¥62,000 Vacancy
10~29 30~49 Over 50
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Rental market price in Toei-Asakusa line
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The line runs for 18.3 km with 20 stations. There is through service at Sengakuji station connecting to the Keikyu main line, and at Oshiage connecting to the Keisei Oshiage line. The Keikyu and Keisei lines have access respectively to Haneda and Narita airports. From July 17th 2010 direct access on the Narita Sky Access line via the Hokuso line began, making for even better access to the airport from the city. It is largely a way to bypass the Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku, Ginza, and Sobu lines. There is direct service through four other train companies.
Places to see
Two of the most recommend places to see along the Toei Asakusa line are of course Asakusa and Oshiage. Sensoji temple, near Asakusa station, is one of the most popular tourism spots in Japan, with its large Kaminarimon gate and lantern, guarded by statues of the deities Fujin and Raijin on either side. The Nakamise shopping street that leads from the gate to the temple itself is lined with 89 shops selling many different things. It began in the early Edo period and extends for 250 meters. Most of the shops sell souvenirs and snacks. Go east from the Kaminarimon gate and you will see the Sumida river and the Azuma bridge, where you can take a water bus to Odaiba or Toyosu in the bay. Walk along the Sumida river from Asakusa and you can't miss SkyTree. The closest station to SkyTree is Oshiage. Skytree stands 634 meters tall, and has viewing platforms at 350 and 450 meters, where you can see all of Tokyo from 360 degrees.
Between Gotanda and Higashi-Nihombashi there are mostly offices, and rent prices are high. However near the end of the line, or beginning of the line at Nishi-Magome, you can find more relaxed areas in Taito and Sumida wards. There have been many apartments built recently in the Nishi-Magome area. On the other hand, toward the end of the line there are more old Tokyo downtown-style areas, where you can experience a mix of old and new.
Toei-Asakusa line stations
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