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Sasazuka station is on the Keio main and new lines, crowded during rush hour. Nearby are the Tokyo Camii & Turkish Cultural Center, and Yoyogi Park. Average Oakhouse share house rent is 67,000 yen, and there are many things to buy in the shopping street. The station lies along two lines, and you can get to Shinjuku in just a few minutes.
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|Share House||Average ¥66,571|
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Sasazuka station is in Shibuya ward in Tokyo, along the Keio main and new lines. It is the final stop on the Keio New Line, and the second station on the Keio main line after Shinjuku. It opened in 1913, and is the oldest station on all Keio lines. It underwent renovation in 1978. Average daily ridership is 81,000 and rising rapidly. This station is larger even than express stops Keio Hachioji and Seiseki-Sakuragaoka. Though it is convenient to have access to two lines, there is only 1 exit.
Places to see
The Tokyo Camii & Turkish Cultural Center is Japan's largest mosque. It has a beautiful exterior, and is even said to have one of the most beautiful mosque interiors in Asia. There are many beautiful works of art on display. The mosque has an Ottoman style. Anyone can drop in and take a look. There is a gift shop and lecture hall. The 2nd floor is an open worship space and is very beautiful.
Yoyogi Park is the largest in the metropolitan area, and connected to Meiji Shrine. It has basketball courts and a cycling course, and other places to do activities, and you probably won't be able to see everything in a full day. It is an oasis in the city, and popular with Tokyoites and foreign travelers alike.
Two lines stop at Sasazuka station, giving it good access to other areas. It is also easy to buy things you need around the area, particularly at the shopping street and the many supermarkets. None are open 24 hours, but there are two open until 1 am. There are also several chain drugstores nearby, as well as 100-yen shops. Best of all are the several shopping streets in the area, helpful for families and single people alike. Shinjuku station is just one stop away, and on the Keio New line you can get to nice areas like Hatsudai and Hatagaya. It is a convenient area with good access.
Stations around Sasazuka
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