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Meidaimae station is on the Keio main line and Inokashira line. It is busy during commute times, but not so bad during the rest of the day. Nearby you can find Ryukoji temple and Omiya Hachimangu shrine. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 70,000 yen, slightly higher than other Oakhouse share houses in the area, but you can get to Shinjuku or Shibuya without transferring in 10 or 20 minutes respectively. There are many supermarkets and places to buy things around the station so your daily life is not impacted.

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EifukuchoStation Share Houses in EifukuchoStation



Keio-Inokashira line / Eifukucho 7minutes

Move in conditions: Female Male Foreigner

Rooms for 2 or more available

  • Cable TV

¥72,000 - ¥76,000


Just a 14min walk from the station、 Oakhouse Meidaim……

SasazukaStation Share Houses in SasazukaStation



Keio line / Sasazuka 6minutes

Move in conditions: Female Male Foreigner

Rooms for 2 or more available

  • Bicycle parking

¥65,000 - ¥71,000


Oakhouse Sasazuka is in a quiet neighborhood with co……

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Station overview

Meidaimae station is in Tokyo's Setagaya ward, and is on the Keio main and Inokashira lines. It is an important stop, with many express and local services. It also has local and express service on the Inokashira line, and you can get to Shinjuku or Shibuya easily .It serves 62,000 riders per day on the main line and 46,000 on the Inokashira line. The Keio side of the station began in 1913, going through some name changes before settling on its current name in 1935. There are 4 platforms.

Places to see

Near Meidaimae station you can find Ryukoji temple and Omiya Hachimangu shrine, and many more.
Ryukoji is a 15-minute walk north of Meidaimae, and has several important cultural properties. It is a nice place to visit to relax. Omiya Hachimangu is a 20-minute walk from the station and is a very large Shinto shrine, dedicated to 2 historical emperors and one empress. It holds many religious festivals throughout the year. There is also a tearoom and archery area. It also has an impressive "bodaiju" tree.


Not only is the area around Meidaimae convenient, it is also quite safe. As the name suggests, it is near the Meiji University campus. There are several supermarkets, 1 that is 24 hours. There is also a drugstore, and many places to eat and drink. In this area you can shop, eat, drink, play, and relax. Plus it is easy to get to Shinjuku and Shibuya for work, school, or play. It is an ideal Tokyo lifestyle.