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Naka ItabashiStation

Naka-Itabashi station is on the Tobu Tojo line, and often crowded going toward Ikebukuro, but depending on the time you might be able to find a seat. Nearby you can find Yamanaka Inari shrine, and Fukusenji temple. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 55,000 yen, slightly higher than other areas along the Tojo line, but there are plenty of supermarkets and shops, as well as parks and nature spots nearby.


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Station overview

Naka-Itabashi is in Itabashi ward in Tokyo, on the Tobu Tojo line. It opened in 1933, and is a local stop only. However, it's just 4 stops-7 minutes to Ikebukuro. The station has undergone renovation to make it more barrier-free, and there is not an elevator connecting the platforms, as well as the platform and the gate. The south side has an accessible bathroom. Average daily ridership is 28,527.

Places to see

Naka-Itabashi has plenty of nature spots and quiet residential neighborhoods, but there aren't that many places to sightsee. However, Yamanaka Inari shrine is a nice spot, which can be found right outside the south exit. It's not very large, but it's easy to get to, and is very clean, and has lots of nobori flags.
The Shakujii river is about a 5-minute walk from the station, with walking paths and cherry trees on both sides which bloom beautifully with sakura in the spring.


There are several supermarkets near Naka-Itabashi station, some open quite late. There are drugstores, book stores, restaurants, and more. There is a children's center on the north side, and the Fukusenji temple is right next to it. There are lots of places that just make life a little nicer, like cafes and public baths. There is a police box on the north side. There is also a small shopping street, with lots of small shops. Between the station on the bigger roads there are mostly quiet residential neighborhoods. Each little area has its own feel. The area has lots of nature, and is quiet and safe, so families like to live here. Plus it is within a few minutes of Ikebukuro, and you can get to Shinjuku in 10 minutes or so without having to transfer. You can also easily get to Tokyo, Shibuya, and Ueno stations in about 30 minutes.

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