Nishi Kasai station is on the Tokyo Metro Tozai line, very crowded in the mornings headed toward the city on weekdays. Nearby are the Edogawa Ward Natural Zoo and the Heisei Garden. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 66,000 yen, slightly higher than other areas along the same line, but there are many places to go shopping for everything you need daily. You can also be close to nature, with the garden, zoo, and parks nearby.
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Nishi Kasai station is in Edogawa ward in Tokyo, on the Tokyo Metro Tozai line. Construction started in 1977, and it opened 2 years later. It underwent remodeling in 1997, with an underground bicycle parking lot added at the north exit. The platforms were also widened, and by 2001 it looked like a completely different station. Platform 1 trains head to Nishi Funabashi and Tsudanuma, while number 2 heads to Nihonbashi, Otemachi, and Nakano. The station also has some through service, to the Toyo Rapid line to the east of Nishi Funabashi, and to the west of Nakano it sometimes turns into the local JR Chuo line. Average daily ridership is 15,000, and climbing. It is one of the most-used stations along the Tokyo Metro lines.
The 2nd floor is ticket gates, and the 3rd is the train platforms. Elevators, escalators and stairs connect them.
Places to see
Most of the area near Nishi-Kasai is residential neighborhoods, but there are also plenty of spots for children to enjoy, including the Edogawa Natural Zoo and the Heisei Garden.The zoo is about 100 meters to the north of the station, inside Gyosen Park. It is free to get in, and a great spot to bring kids or a date. Here you can see Humbolt penguins, giant anteater, red panda, and more. Nearby is the Heisei Garden, a vast Japanese garden with many carefully-created scenes beautiful year-round. Depending on the season you can see beautiful sakura cherry tree flowers, or autumn maple leaves. You can also feed the koi in the pond.
There are several supermarkets near Nishi-Kasai station, and if you talk a short journey you can get to the Ion Kasai shopping mall. There are drug stores and 100-yen shops as well, plus a cheap Don Quixote store. You don't have to go far to get everything you need .To the east is the old Edogawa river, to the west is the Arakawa river, and to the south is the ocean. There are many places to enjoy nature, such as the Kasai Rinkai Park. There are places to eat, drink, and have fun. On the Tozai line you can access business districts Otemachi, Nihonbashi, and Kayabacho. With a transfer you can get to Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Ikebukuro in about 30 minutes.