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Omorimachi station is on the Keikyu main line. It is busy during morning rush hour, but it is a local stop only, so it does not get too crowded. Nearby are Omori Furusato and Hamabe Park, as well as Omori Suwa Shrine. Average Oakhouse apartment rent is 80,000 yen, slightly cheaper than nearby areas. Plus, it has good access to Shinagawa and Yokohama stations, without having to transfer. It is a safe area which is why families and single people alike enjoy living near here.
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Omorimachi station is in Ota ward in Tokyo, on the Keikyu main line. It opened in 1901, and was dismantled in 1949, but due to popular demand it was reinstated in 1952. There was no major construction for 30 years, but in 1982 there were many improvements made. Average daily ridership is 21,000 people. There are elevators and escalators connected the ticket gate to the train platform, and there is an accessible bathroom as well.
Places to see
Omori Furusato and Hamabe Park are seaside parks operated by Ota ward, opened in 2007. Hamabe Park has an artificial beach, fishing spot, and boat landing, as well as a rest house and place to play footsal, beach volleyball, and more. People of all ages can enjoy this attraction. Children love the 30-meter-long roller slide.
Omori Suwa Shrine is 400 meters from the station, dedicated to the shinto kami Takeminakata. It is unclear when it was built--there are theories that range from the 1100s to the Edo period--but it is clear it has a long history. Their main festival is on October 4th.
The area around Omorimachi station is safe, and popular with families and single people alike. It is a local-only stop, and you can get to Shinagawa and Yokohama without having to transfer, and at just over 10 minutes. There are many supermarkets, drug stores, and 100 yen shops, so it is convenient to shop every day. Plus there are large parks to enjoy, as well as restaurants and other places to buy food. It is also convenient to get tickets for bullet train Shinkansen. There is the Omori police station on the east side of the station. With all the nature spots, temples and shrines, it is a nice place to relax.
Stations around Omorimachi
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