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Kami-Kitazawa is on the Keio main line, with many users crowding during peak commute times. Near the station are the Kagawa Archives and Resource Center, and Kashinomiya Park. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 78,000, slightly higher than other Oakhouse in the area, but just a short ways to the south of the station you can find a park with plenty of relaxing nature. it is just 10 minutes to Shinjuku, and 20 to Shibuya.

Nearby stations

Tsutsujigaoka(Tokyo)Station Share Houses in Tsutsujigaoka(Tokyo)Station

SOCIAL RESIDENCE
SOCIAL RESIDENCE CHOFU

SOCIAL RESIDENCE CHOFU

Keio line / Tsutsujigaoka(Tokyo) 10minutes

Move in conditions: Female Male Foreigner

Rooms for 2 or more available

  • Bicycle parking
  • Non-Smoking house
  • Theater room

¥52,000 - ¥61,000

Vacancy

Free wifi and 19mins to Shinjuku and 24 to Shibuya! ……

Shimo TakaidoStation Share Houses in Shimo TakaidoStation

APARTMENT
SKYCOURT SHIMOTAKAIDO

SKYCOURT SHIMOTAKAIDO

Keio line / Shimo Takaido 3minutes

Move in conditions: Female Male Foreigner

Rooms for 2 or more available

  • Bicycle parking

¥81,000 - ¥91,000

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1 train away from Shinjuku! Even if you take a taxi ……

Rental market price in Kami Kitazawa

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Average ¥80,038

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Station overview

Kami-Kitazawa is a station on the Keio line in Setagaya ward, Tokyo. It was opened in 1913, and was overhauled in 1994. Elevators were installed in 2007, connecting the gate to the platform, as well as the south exit to th eticket gate. There is only 1 platform, but there is a small kiosk and accessible bathroom. It sees 15,000 riders per day.

Places to see

There is not much of note around Kami-Kitazawa station, but there is the Kagawa Archives and Kashinomiya Park. The Kagawa Archives are 3 minutes walk from the station, and are dedicated to the works of writer Toyohiko Kagawa. Kagawa was born at the end of the Meiji period and died in 1960, and was a social and political activist. Kashinomiya Park is about 1km from the station, but there are many nice trees to enjoy. It was carefully designed in accordance with opinions of local residents so it is easy to enjoy.

Lifestyle

The area around Kami-Kitazawa is quite safe, and there is a police box outside the south exit. Further south and to the southwest there are several parks, where you can jog or walk. The great thing about this station is that it is only 10 minutes away from Shinjuku or 20 to Shibuya, if you change trains. There are 2 supermarkets outside the north exit, open until 11 and 12. Other than that there are not that many shops, so you may need to head to nearby Sakurajosui, Chitose-Karasuyama, or Meidaimae.