Nakamurabashi station is on the Seibu Ikebukuro line, often busy at peak commuting times. Nearby are the Santsu Nakamurabashi shopping street, and Shinshoji Nakamura Fudo temple. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 54,000, comparatively cheaper than the Nerima average for other Oakhouses. Plus you can get to large terminal stations like Ikebukuro, SHinjuku, Shibuya, and Yokohama with no transfers. Nerima station is the next station over, conveniently close to the Nerima ward office.
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Nakamurabashi station is on the Seibu Ikebukuro line, in Tokyo's Nerima ward. It opened in 1924, and serves around 39,400 riders per day, 24th among the 92 Seibu stations. The area around the north exit has an old downtown feel. The station is next to Nerima station, where you can transfer to the Seibu Toshima, Seibu Yurakucho, and Toei Oedo lines. In 1998 the line began direct service through the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line out to Kiba, and in 2008 service was expanded along the Metro Fukutoshin, Tokyu Toyoko, and Minato Mirai lines, granting easy access to Shinjuku Sanchome, Shibuya, and Yokohama areas. Therefore it is used by people commuting into Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ichigaya, Iidabashi, and Nishi-Waseda.
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The station is convenient for its ease of access into Ikebukuro in 11 minutes, and being right next to Nerima station, and rent prices are relatively affordable. You can find a nice place within 5 to 10 minute walk. Outside the station there is a Seiyu supermarket and many other shops along the Santsu Nakamurabashi shopping street. From the south exit you will find safe residential neighborhoods. It is a convenient and relaxed place to live.
Even though it's only 11 minutes to major station Ikebukuro and 2 minutes to Nerima station from which you can make a lot of transfers, rent prices tend to be relaxed, and you can usually find something affordable within 5 to 10 minutes of the station. You can probably compare many different options. There is a Seiyu supermarket just outside the station as well as many shops living the Nakamurabashi shopping street, which makes daily shopping convenient. Also, on the south side there is a police box, which means the area is safe. It's easy to get around from here so it's good for communiting or weekend excursions. Many families live in the area, contributing to a safe, convenient, and relaxed area.