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Moto-Sumiyoshi station is on the Tokyu Toyoko and Meguro lines, and very crowded during heavy commuting times. Nearby are Nakahara Heiwa Park, and Kanto Rosai hospital. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 57,000 yen, slightly higher than the average for other areas of Kawasaki city, but it is easy to get to Shibuya and Yokohama, and it is a recommended place to live for families or single people who work in the city.


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Station overview

Moto-Sumiyoshi station is in Nakahara ward in Kawasaki city Kanagawa prefecture, and is on the Tokyu Toyoko and Meguro lines. The station is well-known for its consideration of the environment. The platform and concourse use the latest in solar panel technology, which covers 14% of its energy costs. It also uses collected rainwater in the restrooms. Nearby are Bremen-dori shopping street, and Oz-dori shopping street, where there are many shops that sell all sorts of things to help you day to day. Nakahara Heiwa Park is a 10-minute walk from the station. Average daily ridership for the Toyoko line is 50,000, and 20,000 for the Meguro line, and it is very crowded during rush hour.

Places to see

One of Moto-Sumiyoshi's best features are the two shopping streets extending to the east and west of the station. Bremen is to the west, and Oz is to the east. Bremen has a lively collection of greengrocers, fishmongers, butchers, and more. The shops close at 8, but the Maruetsu supermarket can still be used after this.
On the other side of the station, Oz has drugstores, restaurants, cafes, fast food, and more packed together. During the day it is closed off for pedestrian foot traffic only. Once you pass the end of the shopping street, there is an irrigation canal, and the road alongside it is called Sumiyoshi Sakura, because it is known for its many beautiful sakura trees. Past that is Nakahara Heiwa Park, which is a large park attached to a high school campus. There are many places to play so it is popular with families on weekends.


Moto-Sumiyoshi is popular with families, who can expect a relaxing lifestyle. The two shopping streets to the east and west of the station provide convenient shopping, and the area is quite safe. The shopping streets close at 8 pm, so it might be a little inconvenient if you come home late, but there is a supermarket on the west side open until 1 am. It is convenient for travel, offering direct access to Yokohama and Shibuya. Next-door Musashi-Kosugi station has become increasingly popular, and Moto-Sumiyoshi has seen some of its effects.

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