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Katsutadai station is on the Keisei main line and Toyo Rapid Railway, and often busy during peak times. However, you can usually find a seat if you take the local service.
Nearby are Mizuki-dori shopping street, and many ancient kofun tumuli.
Average Oakhouse share house rent is 35,000 yen, lower than other nearby areas. Though it is a bit far from the city, there are express services that can get you there in a decently quick time. Also there are supermarkets, drugstores, and chain stores, as well as many places to eat and drink, and there are some shopping options.

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Station overview

Katsutadai station is in Hachiyo city in Chiba prefecture, and is on the Keisei main line and Toyo Rapid Railway. There are many express trains on the Keisei line so it is easy to get into the city, especially considering the physical distance. Plus, there are trains that go direct on the Toei Asakusa line, giving you access to Ueno, Asakusa, Nihonbashi, and Shinagawa areas. The station can get crowded during rush hour, of course, but it's not quite as bad as being in the city.
You can get to the final Keisei stop Keisei Ueno on the fastest express train in 45 minutes, a trip that would take you 70 minutes on the local. Also, Katsutadai station is close to Narita Airport--you can get there in about 30 minutes. The Keisei and Toyo Katsutadai stations are connected by a passageway, making for easy transfers. There is a shopping street outside the south exit of the Keisei line.

Places to see

The north side of Katsutadai station used to be an inlet for the Inbanuma lake. There are many ancient archaeological sites in this area, from kofun tumulus mounds to Yayoi-period dwellings. The area has a long history, into the Edo period as well, and there are many stone monuments, shrines, and more. This is a great place to explore if you are interested in local history.


There are danchi apartment buildings near Katsutadai station, giving the area a typical bedroom town feeling. It is a relaxed area that is not too crowded. You can get your shopping done at the Mizukidori shopping street, which is bustling every day. There are supermarkets, drug stores, chain stores, and places to eat and drink. There is a free bus you can take to Fululu Garden shopping mall, where you can buy clothes, furniture, electronics, and more. For weekend leisure it is recommended to have a car if you would like to head to Chiba's famous nature spots, as they tend to be remote (such as Tateyama, etc.).