Ontakesan station is on the Tokyu Ikegami line. Nearby you can find the shrine from which the station gets its name, as well as Den-en-Chofu and Yukigaya high schools. Due to these schools the station is often used by commuting students. With just 1 train transfer you can get to Shibuya or Shinagawa stations. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 67,091 yen, higher than other nearby areas, but it is a quiet residential area with good access into the city.
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Ontakesan station is in Ota ward in Tokyo, along the Tokyu Ikegami line. It opened in 1923. Trains from here head toward either Gotanda or Kamata. Average daily ridership is 26,865. There are two high schools near the station so you can often see students commuting. The original Ontakesan is a shrine in Nagano prefecture.
Places to see
Ontake Shrine lent its name to the station. The original shrine is in Nagano prefecture, and a branch shrine was established here in 1535, and it remains popular today. There is a famous slope on which many beautiful sakura cherry trees bloom, made famous in a song by Masahara Fukuyama. Of course, there are also many other spots nearby that bloom beautifully in the spring, making for wonderful walking trails.
A shopping street extends out from Ontakesan station, with good and daily goods for sale. There is also a large supermarket open until midnight. Take a little walk and you can find quiet and safe neighborhoods. A 10-minute walk east is Higashi Chofu Park, with a display of a steam engine on the grounds. You can sit in the engineer's compartment, so it's very popular with little kids. There are also pools within the park. The Ontakesan neighborhood is a bedroom town with good access into the city, just 30 minutes to Shibuya and Shinagawa, or 40 to Shinjuku.