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Nagahara station in Tokyo is on the Tokyu Ikegami line. It sees only 16,000 riders per day. Nearby are Senzoku Pond and Koike park, among other nature areas. There is a lively, old-style shopping street near the station. There are high-end residences toward the south, and even some famous people live here. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 59,600 yen, slightly higher than other areas along the same line. It is a convenient area and safe as well.
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Nagahara station is in Ota ward in Tokyo, on the Tokyu Ikegami line. It opened in 1927. There are many seasonal events in the area, like the Sakura festival in April, the Summer Festival in August, and in November 2018 they held a new popular event. There are many schools near the station and lots of pockets of nature. The Koike Park saw additions, making it a more popular spot for locals to relax. It is a great place to see many birds and seasonal plants.
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The shopping area near Nagahara station is lively, extending to the east. There are also convenience stores and chain restaurants in the area. The south side is more a residential area, and the area near Koike Park is particularly high-end. It is well-known for having several famous people as residents. It is a very safe area.
The station has a Tokyu Store supermarket and shopping street so it is convenient for everyday shopping. Plus there are plenty of places to eat and drink. You could spend the day walking around the shopping street, eating, shopping, and more. You can walk to Togoshi Ginza station on weekends, and next-door Hatanodai station is also rising in popularity. It is a very safe area.
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