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Nishidai station is on the Toei Mita line, crowded during rush hour but you can usually get a seat outside these times.
Nearby are the Uemura museum and Itabashi Botanical Garden.
Average Oakhouse share house rent is 54,000 yen, slightly lower than other areas along the same line. There are many convenient shops like grocery stores and restaurants.
Though it is within the 23 major wards of Tokyo, it is away from the city bustle and is rather quiet.


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Station overview

Nishidai station is in Itabashi ward in Tokyo, along the Toei Mita line. It opened in 1968, and has seen renovation in recent years, including barrier-free installations like elevators and estalators. Average daily ridership is 26,000 people, and is increasing.
The Daito Bunka University is nearby as well. The station is small, but trains going toward Sugamo, and Shirokane Takanawa go through to the Tokyu Meguro line at Meguro station, making it quite convenient.

Places to see

There are several things to see around Nishidai, in particular the Uemura museum and the Itabashi Botanical Gardens. The Uemura museum is dedicated to Adventurer Naoki Uemura, and has library of 5,000 books about nature and adventuring. They also change the exhibit depending on the season. They also host lectures and other experiences popular with children.
The Itabashi Botanical Garden is a great place to see rare plants, with realistic displays of southeast Asian plants. There are many exhibits, and a greenhouse and coldhouse. There is also a restaurant where you can enjoy Malaysian and other Asian cuisine.
There are also many shrines and temples that can be found within walking distance.


There are several supermarkets around Nishidai station, and drugstores and 100 yen shops, and restaurants of all kinds. This makes it a great place to live alone, or with a family. Take advantage of the shopping street for even more shopping convenience, covering not just food but daily goods and hobbies.
This area is mostly a residential one, with quiet neighborhoods but also parks for children to play. It is a quiet spot within the 23 Tokyo special wards, and a convenient place to live.

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