Ayase Station Coin Lockers & Luggage Deposit Location

Coin Lockers at Ayase Station

Size
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Capacity ? 3 22
Fee ? ¥500 ¥300
Size
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(M)
(S)
Capacity ? 3 16
Fee ? ¥500 ¥300

Ayase Station

About Ayase Station

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Ayase Station is a railway station which is located in  Adachi, Tokyo, Japan. The station was opened on April 1, 1943, and on December 20, 1979, The Kita-Ayase Branch Line opened. Ayase Station is operated by East Japan Railway Company and the Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metro.

Ayase Station is served by two lines. One is JR East Joban Line and another one is Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line for Kita-ayase, Kita-senju, Otemachi, and Yoyogi-uehara and  Jōban Line (Local) for Matsudo, Abiko, and Toride. According to the information of 2015, the average passenger was 440825 daily.

 

Things to do near Ayase Station

Meguro River

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Have you ever seen the Meguro river. Well. if you haven’t seen it then you should go the place to see the amazing river.  The Meguro River is a river which located near to the Ayase Station. Two rivers flowing into the Meguro river. One is Kitazawa River and another one is the Karasuyama River.  The river length is about 7.82 km and it passes through Setagaya, Meguro and Shinagawa wards. If you want to experience something exciting then visit the place during cherry blossom. Because in this time the river becomes so popular.

Reference: Trip Advisor

 

Tokyo Sushi-making Tour

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We all know sushi is really delicious food that most of the people love to eat that. But if I tell there is place in Japan where you can learn how to make a wonderful sushi. Yes, you heard me. If you want to learn how to cook delicious sushi then must visit the Tokyo Sushi-making Tour. you can access to the place by taking 5 min walk from Kita-Senju station. they are professional for Sushi teaching team and since 2013, they have taught over 4,000 international visitors how to make sushi. Their mission is to give a fantastic memory of Japan by teaching you the art of sushi making. The Morning Lesson will be on 10:00-12:30  and Afternoon Lesson – 15:00-17:30

Reference: Trip Advisor

 

Experience the street of Asakusa

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When you are done to visit those two places then experience the street of Asakusa and hopefully, that will be a great day to see the streets of Asakusa. The street of Asakusa is highly recommended to visit so that you can make holiday trip more exciting. At the street, you can also take a rickshaw ride which might create more exciting for you.

Reference: Tokyo Travel: Asakusa - Japan Guide

Other places to visit

Besides these three places there are also other places out there you can spend some good times such as YUCa's Japanese Cooking, Tokyo Walking Tours, Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo Skytree, Higashiayase Park, The Escape Hunt Experience Tokyo, Keisei Electric Railway, Tokyo Skytree East Tower, Kanji House, TOKYO Solamachi and many more.

There are so many beautiful places to roam around near Ayase Station that will help you to not being bored in the lobby. Let's enjoy it.