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Kami ItabashiStation

Kami-Itabashi station is on the Tobu Tojo line, and operates at 130% capacity at morning rush hour. Nearby are spots like Johoku Central Park, and the Itabashi Science Education Museum. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 58,000 yen, which is higher than the average for other areas along the Tojo line, but it's a relaxed neighborhood where you can expect a nice life. There is a large supermarket and shopping street nearby, and you won't have to go far to get everything you need day to day.


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Share House Average ¥53,722
Apartment Average ¥77,667

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Station overview

Kami-Itabashi station is in Itabashi ward in Tokyo, and lies along the Tobu Tojo line. It opened in 1914, and was originally used to ship goods to the US Army base Grant Heights. There are a north and south exit, and 1 ticket gate. Elevators go down to the platforms, and elevators also connect the north exit to the ticket gate. The station is wheelchair accessible and also has an accessible bathroom. This is a local stop only; the JT liner and express trains do not stop here. Average daily ridership is 51,674.

Places to see

Johoku Central Park is the largest park in the Johoku area. This park near Kami-Itabashi station has a grass area, sporst area, tennis court, baseball diamond, and more. It also has a dog run course, heritage sites like the Moro site and Kurihara site, and more. There are 10,000 various trees in the park, providing a nice natural atmosphere. There is also a prehistoric pit-dwelling site to be seen here.
The Itabashi Educational Science Museum is a 5-minute walk from the station. It boasts a great planetarium, and it's a great place to learn about the night sky. There are also other exhibits and things to enjoy here.


From Kami-Itabashi station you can get to Ikebukuro without having to transfer in 13 minutes, so it's a popular place for families to live. There are also supermarkets in the area, such as Ito Yokado, and a 24-hour grocery store. There are drug stores, 100 yen shops, restaurants, cafes, conbinis, and more. There is also an old-style shopping street with local shops. There is a large park, and it's a safe area that is very livable. A police box is near the station. Other than Ikebukuro you can also get to Shinjuku or Shibuya, which is helpful if you work or study in central Tokyo.

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