What Is the Kanamachi Station Area Like?

What Is the Kanamachi Station Area Like?


Town & Local Area Info

When moving to a new place, how do you choose which area to live in?
We all have different priorities as to what makes a place comfortable: public security, accessibility to schools and work places, abundance in shopping facilities, etc. No matter the preference, it is often difficult to find a suitable area without acquiring enough understanding of the place in advance.

In this article, I’ll tell you about the public transportation and atmosphere of the Kanamachi Station area.
To those who are interested in the Kanamachi Station area, or are on the lookout for a good place to live in―this may be the article for you.

What Is Kanamachi Station Like?

Kanamachi Station is located in Katsushika City. Although this place is not well-known, the station’s surrounding area is well developed and is comfortable to live in. The city has a large park where Bon festival dances are held during summer, and the Edogawa River is famous as a fireworks site. There are also children-oriented facilities such as the Katsushika Central library, so the town is favored among families.

The most prominent landmark of Kanamachi would be Tokyo’s biggest riverside park, Mizumoto Park. There you can enjoy the beautiful scenery across the water and various creatures, as well as seasonal plants and flowers.

Public Transport and Accessibility of Kanamachi Station

≪Trains Running Through Kanamachi Station≫
(1)JR Joban Line (local)

≪Approximate Travel Time From Kanamachi Station To Central Stations≫
– Shinjuku Station: 38 min (1 transfer)
– Tokyo Station: 32 min (1 transfer)
– Roppongi Station: 40min (1 transfer)
– Shinagawa Station: 43 min (1 transfer)
– Ikebukuro Station: 29 min (1 transfer)
– Shibuya Station: 44 min (1 transfer)

Please note that only local trains on the Joban Line stop at this station.
There is also another railway line called the Keisei-Kanamachi Line, and the station is close to JR Kanamachi Station. This railway line stops at three stations: Keisei-Kanamachi, Shibamata, and Keisei-Takasago. From Keisei-Takasago Station, you can transfer to the Keisei Main Line. By using this route, you can get home via the Keisei Ueno Station when the Joban Line operations stop temporarily.

Popular Restaurants Around Kanamachi Station

(1)Toraya Bakery
A bakery store that has an easy-to-find, light blue signboard with the store name TORAYA BAKERY written in red. The bakery is famous for its Baguette sandwiches (ham & cheese, uncured ham, etc). They also sell many other types of breads. My recommendation would be the red bean paste croissant. The bread comes in small portions, so I tend to eat too many at a time.
●Restaurant Information
Address: 3 Chome-17-4 Higashikanamachi, Katsushika City, Tokyo
TEL: 03-5660-2355
Opening Hours: 11:00AM~ Limited quantity
Regular Holidays: Sundays and Mondays
Store Link: http://toraya-bakery.at.webry.info/

(2)Kanamachi Gyoza
A local favorite restaurant for Gyoza dumplings. These gyoza dumplings are made without garlic, so they’re good to eat for lunch in between work. At night, you can order alcohol to go with your meal, and it makes for a reasonable and filling dinner. Their specialty, as written on the store poster, is sui-gyoza or boiled dumplings.
●Restaurant Information
Address: 5 Chome-37-5 Kanamachi, Katsushika City, Tokyo
Opening Hours: 11:30 AM~9:00 PM
Regular Holidays: Tuesdays

Major Shopping Facilities In Kanamachi Station Area

Maruetsu Kanamachi (open 24 hours) 2 min walk from the station, inside Venusis Kanamachi Bright Court
Tokyu Store Kanamachi (9:00 AM~11:00 PM) 2 min walk from the station
Ito-Yokado Kanamachi(10:00 AM~9:00 PM) 4 min walk from the station
It’s very handy to have multiple large scale supermarkets in front of the station. And it’s also great that some of them are open 24 hours.

●Drugstore (Medical supplies & Daily Life Essentials)
Matsumoto Kiyoshi Kanamachi Station North Exit (9:00AM~10:00PM) 1 min walk from station
Cocokarafine Kanamachi Store (10:00 AM~10:00 PM) 1 min walk from station
Kusurino Fukutaro Kanamachi(10:00 AM~8:00 PM) 5 min walk from station

●Other Large Scale Shopping Facilities
Venusis Kanamachi Bright Court (10:00 AM~8:00 PM) 3 min walk from station
This is a shopping complex that has restaurants and supermarkets. On the third floor of the building, there is the Katsushika Central library. People come to this complex to enjoy their day in various ways. There are 600 parking areas for bicycles and 250 for vehicles.

Kanamachi’s station surroundings are well developed with many supermarkets and restaurants. High-rise apartments are scheduled to be constructed by summer of 2021, and another shopping facility (Berutore Kanamachi) is scheduled to open on its lower floors. This would make the neighborhood even more convenient.

Rental Market Value In Kanamachi Station Area

●General Rent Values From A Current Real Estate Agent
[For Singles] Separate Bath and Toilet/ 2nd floor and above/ 1K
▹10 min walk from station⇒69,000 yen~
▹15 min walk from station⇒65,000 yen~

[For Couples] Separate Bath and Toilet/ 2nd floor and above/ 1LDK
▹10 min walk from station⇒90,000 yen~
▹15 min walk from station⇒85,000 yen~

[For Families] Separate Bath and Toilet/ 2nd floor and above/ 2LDK
▹10 min walk from station⇒104,000 yen~
▹15 min walk from station⇒100,000 yen~

Since Kanamachi is a bit far from the city center, rent values tend to come lower than that of the Ayase and Kameari areas.

Was this article helpful?
Kanamachi, a city at the border between Tokyo and Chiba Prefecture. It is a place where you can feel nature, such as the Edogawa River dividing Tokyo and Chiba, and the Mizumoto Park. The shopping environment around the station is also well developed. If you want a calm living environment, then Kanamachi might be a good area to consider.
More articles are available for other station areas, so be sure to check them out to find your ideal location.

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