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Hana KoganeiStation

Hana Koganei is a station on the Seibu Shinjuku line, and is crowded during peak rush hours. Near the station are Koganei Park and the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 50,000 yen, around the same for other areas along the same line. There are plenty of places to shop, like supermarkets, shopping streets, and more. There are also many spots to enjoy nature, and if you take a walk away from the station you can find many parks. It's a popular place to raise children.


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Station overview

Hana Koganei station is in Tokyo's Kodaira city, along the Seibu Shinjuku line. It opened in 1927, and saw remodeling work in 1974. The south exit was opened in 1998. There is local and express service. There are escalators and elevators, which make the station easier to use for wheelchair users and others. There is also an accessible bathroom. 56,000 people use this station every day, among the top 10 Seibu line stations. It is the closest station to Koganei Park, so many people use it to get to the park.

Places to see

Near Hana Koganei station are Koganei Park and the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum. Koganei Park has many spots from which to watch animals and birds, and different species of birds reside in the park depending on the season. Some popular species among birdwatchers are the Japanese grosbeak and the Daurian redstart, not to mention the other 40-plus species that inhabit the park. There are also many plants and trees of course. There is a play area for children as well.
The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum is actually within Koganei Park, as part of the Sumida ward Edo-Tokyo museum. Here you can see replications of Japanese architectural styles from the Edo period to modern times. There are Japanese-style buildings as well as European inspired designs. There are over 40 buildings represented here.


Buying daily goods around Hana Koganei is quite convenient, with many large supermarkets. They can be found from both the north and south exits, and there are also drugstores and 100 yen shops within walking distance. Plus, there are many shops near the station where you can buy clothes, food, daily goods, or get dry cleaning done, or go to restaurants and cafes. A ways away from the station are many nature spots, like Koganei Park, a great place to relax or bring children to play. The area is also very safe, and popular with single people and families. It is a popular bedroom town for commuters into the center of Tokyo.

Stations around Hana Koganei

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