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Heiwadai station is on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho and Fukutoshin lines, and you can usually find a seat outside rush hour. Nearby you can find Toho Leisure Plaza, and Toshimaen Niwa Hot Spring. Average Oakhouse apartment rent is 74,000 yen, lower than other nearby areas. From here you have access to 2 major lines. There are places to shop and enjoy, for a pleasant lifestyle.
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TokyoMetro-Yurakucho line / Heiwadai(Tokyo) 10minutes
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- Bicycle parking
Rooms for 2 or more available
¥49,000 - ¥59,000 Vacancy
10~29 30~49 Over 50
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Rental market price in Heiwadai(Tokyo)
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Heiwadai station is in Tokyo's Nerima ward, along the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho and Fukutoshin lines. The Yurakucho stop opened in 1983, and the Fukutoshin in 2008. On the Yurakucho line, trains head toward Ikebukuro, Yurakucho, and Shin-Kiba, or Wakoshi and Shinrin-Koen. The Fukutoshin trains head toward Ikebukuro, Shinjuku Sanchome, and Shibuya, or Wakoshi and Shinrin-Koen as well. (Between Wakoshi and Kotake Mukaibara, the lines share the same tracks.)
Platforms and gates are connected by elevators, escalators, and stairs for most exits. There is an accessible bathroom by the ticket gates. Average daily ridership is 43,929.
Places to see
There are many spots of note near Heiwadai. Toho Leisure Plaza has many things to do for entertainment, from board games and ping-pong to billiards and arcades. The 3rd and 4th floor are a Don Quixote store. The game corner can be rented by the hour.
Toshima Niwa Hot Spring is a 2-floor hot spring/onsen/spa/sauna, with a beautiful Japanese garden. There is a relaxation area with a Japanese restaurant. Come here if you would like a more luxurious bath than you could get at home.
There are several supermarkets near Heiwadai station, many open late. There are many low-priced drugstores, and 100-yen shops. Many people who work in central Tokyo live out this way because it has good access into the city--10 minutes to Ikebukuro, 20 to Shibuya, 30 to Tokyo. Heiwadai has relaxed residential neighborhoods, and lots of nature so it's great for families. Consider this area if you work near Ikebukuro, or other areas along the Yurakucho or Fukutoshin lines.
Stations around Heiwadai(Tokyo)
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