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Mitaka station is on the JR Chuo rapid line and the local Chuo Sobu line, very crowded during morning rush hour. In the area you can find the Yuzo Yamamoto Memorial and Zenrinji temple. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 58,000 yen, slightly higher than the surrounding area, but there is a big shopping center and several supermarkets near the station. Also, it is a safe area.
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JR-Chuo line / Kichijoji 15minutes
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¥46,000 - ¥76,000 Vacancy
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Rental market price in Mitaka
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Mitaka station is in Mitaka City in Tokyo, on the JR Chuo rapid line and Chuo Sobu local line. It opened in 1929, and serves 96,000 riders every day. Even though it technically is only on one service line, this is a high number. In addition to regular exits, there is an exit that goes right into the Atrevie Mitaka shopping center. There are 4 elevators in the station and an accessible bathroom. There are also waiting rooms on the platforms.
Places to see
There are many places to shop around Mitaka station, as well as municipal offices and temples and shrines. In particular, there are the Yuzo Yamamoto Memorial and Zenrinji temple. The Yuzo Yamamoto Memorial was built in the Taisho era and is an important architectural feature of Mitaka. It serves as an archive and museum, and people interested in history, architecture, and literature come here to see the various displays. Zenrinji temple is a 10-minute walk from the station. It was built by people who moved to the area after the Edo-period great fire of Meireki. However in 1770 it was destroyed in a typhoon, and the reconstruction is what stands today. Here you can find the graves of Japanese authors Mori Ogai and Dazai Osamu. Each year on June 19th there is a Buddhist memorial service for Dazai, and for Mori Ogai on July 9th. It is known for its unique gate design, and for the Kannon statue installed in the Showa period.
Mitaka station is on a line that connects the area west of the 23 Tokyo wards with inner Tokyo, so it is easy to get into the city. It is close to the Kichojoji area, which is consistently voted among the top most desirable places to live, and there are plenty of places to shop around Mitaka station. There are several supermarkets and drugstores, as well as a 100-yen shop. There is also the Mitaka Chuo shopping street where you can buy daily goods and groceries. There are also several places to eat or buy pre-made side dishes. It is a safe place to live and enjoy a convenient life.
Stations around Mitaka
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