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  • Shinagawa-ku
    Gotanda

    Gotanda

    Gotanda is an exquisite city conveniently located on the JR Yamanote Line, Toei Asakusa Line, and Tokyu Ikegami Line. On top of its convenience access to the airport as well, this place is perfect for those who seek an active lifestyle.

  • Shinagawa-ku
    Tokyo City Keiba

    Oi Keibajou

    In the Shinagawa-Katsushima area, you can see horse racing at a place called “Oi Keibajou”, which is also known as “Tokyo City Keiba”. The closest stations are Oi Keibajou station (Tokyo Monorail) or Tachiaigawa station (Keikyu main line),

  • Shinagawa-ku
    Tachiaigawa

    Tachiaigawa

    Tachiaigawa station is a station in Shinagawa, Tokyo, served by the Keikyu Main Line. (The Keikyu Main Line connects the Tokyo wards of Minato, Shinagawa, Ota, and the Kanagawa municipalities of Kawasaki, Yokohama and Yokosuka, and recently it has come to be known as a line that runs directly from Shinagawa station to Haneda airport.)

  • Shinagawa-ku
    Shinagawa

    Shinagawa

    Shinagawa station is one of the principal transportation hubs of Tokyo. It has direct train connections to other transportation hubs such as Tokyo or Shinjuku station, as well as both Haneda and Narita Airports.

  • Meguro-ku
    Jiyugaoka

    Jiyugaoka

    Jiyugaoka is a popular area in Meguro-ward, which is a regular to get high in rankings in “Best Cities to Live”. Great access is one of the reason of its popularity: 10 minutes from Shibuya, 17 minutes to Yokohama by direct train.

  • Meguro-ku
    Meguro

    Meguro

    Although it is a big city, Meguro does not attract many groups of young people, and has a mature and sophisticated atmosphere even on weekdays.

  • Setagaya-ku
    Sangenjaya

    Sangenjaya

    Sangenjaya, known as “Sancha” for short, is a town in Setagaya ward. It is located only 2 stations away from Shibuya, (5 minutes by train) on the Tokyu Denen-toshi line.

  • Setagaya-ku
    Futako-Tamagawa

    Futako-Tamagawa

    Futako-Tamagawa, a city in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, has completed its large-scale redevelopment project in July 2015. Taking almost 33 years to complete, it has opened all the facilities including home goods, large-scale shopping mall, office building, hotels, and other various buildings.

  • Ota-ku
    Kamata

    Kamata

    Kamata is a district in Ota ward in Tokyo, and is home to two major stations- JR Kamata Station and Keikyu Kamata station near by. These two stations serve 5 lines in total, and it is easy to reach the heart of Tokyo or Kanagawa prefecture.

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