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Waseda University is the hub of this community. Therefore expect many cafes and eateries that cater to students. The Four Seasons Hotel is located nearby. Also running parallel to Shin Meiji Dori in front of the Four Seasons is a river that is one of...More
I stayed at this area while in tokyo. This is like a neighborhood of students. You can see many small restaurants (that sell good food at normal prices) and bars and karaoke. Traveling around Tokyo seems easy because Takadanobaba has JR line (the green line)...More
Takadanobaba is known as a popular students town it has more than 5 Japanese language schools
And alloy of nice restaurants ,coffee shop and hookah lounges so if u are planing to come and study in japan I recommend takadanobaba to study and live in
We stayed 10min away from the station. Good and reasonable food. 'I Lamb You', Yayoi, Nagoya Ramen n Ippupo Ramen serve great food. The Big Box Mall has only a few shopping outlet. Uniqlo is one of them.
I went here once and walked around and found it to be pretty much another neighborhood in Tokyo, but to me there is one main reason to go here: I LOVE THIS NAME! Just to be able to stand there and rattle off "Takadanobaba" is...More
We stayed in a apartment that we booked through Air BNB and this location is quite good and easy accessible to most places. The apartment that we stayed is only about 5 mins walk to the train station.
There's a wall painting right in front...More
Shinjuku is the commuting capital of Tokyo, and contains the busiest train station in the world. To the west, there's an office district with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office at its center. To the east, there’s a district with long-established department stores, cinemas and theaters. Shinjuku Gyoen is a park originally built as the garden for the Imperial Household. It is quite famous as a venue for
cherry-blossom viewing in March and April. In Shinjuku, many restaurants operate all night, and districts such as Omoide Yokocho (Memory Lane) or Shinjuku Golden Machi have back streets filled with tiny restaurants and bars that reflect each owner’s unique taste and style.
Hi! I was wondering if anyone could answer a question or 2? Next summer I will be travelling to Tokyo for Japanese class(the language school is between Takadanobaba Station and Waseda Univer. north of Shinjuku). My grandmother would like me to stay at her old house in Hachiouji(Hachiman-cho to be exact)....More
February 26, 2009|
It'll take about an hour to Takanobaba from Hachioji. Regular fare is 620 yen one way on the JR. There are several options, but if you catch an express, it's only 4 stops to Shinjuku, transfer to the Yamanote line -- 2 stops to Takadanobaba. The most cost efficient way to travel to get a train pass from Hachioji to Takadanobaba (or wherever your final destination will be every day). For example, a normal pass is 18,580 yen for one month, 52,970 yen for 3 months or 89,210 yen for 6 months....More
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Hatagaya or Takadanobaba? (4 Replies)
I am deciding between 2 Airbnb homes - one in Hatagaya and one in Takadanobaba. Can anyone comment on these neighbourhoods, i.e. distance to Shibuya, etc., restaurants in areas, etc. Feedback very much appreciated. Thanks!
March 15, 2015|
I don't know about the rooms or owners or Air B&B paying due taxes, but location-wise, they are both fine. Takadanobaba is a sort of bit grungy and nostalgic university student's town with cheap eateries and izakayas everywhere. Hatagaya is a small-scale business, urban residential sort of area. I would value Takadanobaba a bit more because of its proximity (I assume) to a JR Yamanote Line Station.
New Year in Tokyo- Will there be places open at all? (8 Replies)
My Boyfriend and I will be in Tokyo for the first time this New Year period- 30 Dec to 5 Jan. I will be staying in the Sunroute Takadanobaba. Have done some research and found out that places in Tokyo generally stay close from 31 Dec to 2 Jan onwards. Is that strictly true? 1. Will there be any places that will be open during these few days that we can visit? I only know the temples are definitely open. Any places for food, shopping or sightseeing? Will the department stores ie Taka,...More
November 15, 2011|
some restarants and cafes in the neighbourhoods of major shrines/temples would be open even on New Year's day. (and, soba shops would not close even at midnight on New Year's Eve so that people can eat Toshikoshi-soba (“crossing over the year” soba).