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Hoya station is on the Seibu Ikebukuro line, and is overflowing with people during rush hour Nearby are Oizumi Kotsu Park, and Tokyo Winery. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 46,000 yen, which is lower than other areas on the same line. It is a relaxed area, with many fields, and subsequently many places selling fresh fruits and vegetables. There are many supermarkets near the station, as well as some open 24 hours.
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Hoya station is in Nishi-Tokyo city in western Tokyo, on the Seibu Ikebukuro line. It is the closest station to the 23 wards of Tokyo that is not within said wards. (That said, part of the train platform actually extends into Nerima ward!) It opened in 1915, and a new building was built in 1991. In 2006 escalators and elevators were installed, and in 2007 the station was made barrier-free. 2010 and 2011 saw further renovations. Average daily ridership is 60,000 people, and increasing rapidly. There are various express trains at this stop.
There are buses that leave from both the north and south of the station, but most of them are concentrated in the south exit.
Places to see
Oizumi Kotsu Park and Tokyo Winery are within walking distance of Hoya station. Oizumi Kotsu Park is part of Nerima ward in Tokyo, and is 700 meters from Hoya. It is a spacious park, with bike paths, and bikes available to rent. You can even drive go-karts, or enjoy a picnic, and there is a water space open in the summer. It is mostly for children, so you will see many families here.
Farther from the station is Tokyo Winery, with various wines for sale, as well as a membership option. They hold many events throughout the year where you can learn about and enjoy wine.
Once you walk a bit from Hoya station you can find residential areas, and many fields. It is very quiet so you can expect a relaxing lifestyle perfect for families. It is safe, and there is a police box at the south side of the station. There is a Seiyu supermarket, and Gyomu Supermarket for your shopping needs. Seiyu is open 24 hours, and there are many drugstores and 100 yen shops as well. You can get to Ikebukuro without transferring in 20 minutes, and if you go through on the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin line you can get direct to Shibuya station. Between Hoya and Shinjuku there are several stations with surrounding farmland, and many un-manned stalls where you can buy produce.
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