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Tanashi station is a station on the Seibu Shinjuku line, busy during peak commute times. Nearby are Tanashi shrine and Henritsuji temple. Average Oakhouse share house rent around this station is 46,000 yen, lower compared to other Oakhouse share houses in the area. The shopping street and supermarket north of the station are convenient. To the southwest, Koganei park is a popular spot.
Rooms for rent in Tanashi
Rental market price in Tanashi
|Share House||Average ¥45,647|
Tenant demographic graph of Tanashi
Tanashi station is in Nishi-Tokyo city, on the Seibu Shinjuku line. It opened in 1927, seeing overhauls over the years with a final remodel in 1999. Approaching the present, the station has made efforts to become barrier-free, with elevators and escalators connecting the ticket gate floor to the platform floor. There is also a wheelchair-accessible bathroom. Many different services going toward Shinjuku pass through this station. There are about 75,000 riders daily.
Places to see
Near Tanashi station there are banks, shopping centers, and universities and schools. 500m from the station there are Tanashi shrine and Henritsuji temple. It is unclear when exactly the shrine was built, but it clearly has a very long history. It was damaged in the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake, but was repaired in 2013. Henritsuji is a great place to enjoy nature quietly.
The north and south sides of Tanashi station are a bit different from each other. The north side has many restaurants, while the south side has a more relaxed and nostalgic atmosphere. There are several supermarkets near the station, as well as drugstore and 100-yen shop within walking distance, as well as a nearby shopping street. The express services stop at Tanashi for easy access to Shinjuku and the rest of the city. It is also a safe area, popular with families. Take a walk to the southwest to reach the spacious Koganei park.
Stations around Tanashi
※* Only stations with nearby houses shown.