Kitasennju Station Coin Lockers & Luggage Deposit Location

Coin Lockers at Kitasennju Station

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Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300
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Capacity 2 3 12
Fee ¥700 ¥500 ¥300

Kitasennju Station

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Do you want to know about Kitasenju station? Kita Senju Station is a short 20-minute ride from Tokyo Station. It is the transit point for the Joban Line, Chiyoda Line, Hibiya Line, the Tsukuba Express and the Tobu Skytree Line.

Kita-Senju Station is a railway station in Adachi, Tokyo, Japan. Kita-Senju is the third-busiest station on the Tokyo Metro network. It is the tenth-busiest JR East station.

From here you can head to the famous Ueno Zoo or you can choose to go to Kameari to meet Kankichi Ryotsu. You can also take the Skytree line to see Tokyo Skytree and the Solamachi Mall.

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Furthermore, if you think Kita Senju is just a rural area around Tokyo, you would be pleasantly surprised. Kita Senju is actually the commercial center for its surrounding area and on exiting the station, the first thing you will find is Lumine, the ever-popular shopping complex in Japan.

Just across Kita Senju Station, you can find OIOI, another big major shopping complex of Japan.

 

Lines at Kitasenju station

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Kita-Senju Station is served by the following lines.

  • JR East Jōban Line
  • Tobu Skytree Line
  • Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
  • Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
  • Tsukuba Express

 

About History

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  • Funeral mourners in front of Kita-Senju Station in 1932
  • The station opened on 25 December 1896.
  • From 17 March 2012, station numbering was introduced on all Tobu lines, with Kita-Senju Station becoming "TS-09".

 

What to do near Kitasenju station?

 

1, Dining Zapot

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  • A jungle in itself, every inch of the bar exudes a forest feel, with lush, leafy foliage in overwhelming presence.
  • The store front, overgrown with vegetation, is immediately recognizable from the street.
  • Yet it is not just the interior design which makes this bar so appealing.
  • Dining Zapot is perhaps Tokyo's greatest watering hole, boasting an extensive drinks menu illustrated with hand-drawn cartoons.

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  • There is an impressive range of beers, wines, spirits, and most especially cocktails.
  • Dining Zapot also developed their own unique cocktail concoctions with playful and whimsical names such as "Black Jack", "Chaplin" and "Blue Shooter".
  • Prices for alcoholic drinks range between ¥400 and ¥700.
  • This trendy cafe is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Kita-Senju Station.
  • The best time to visit is on a Friday or Saturday night, when the area is its most active.

Source:Daininguzapotto Tabelog

 

2, Kita-Senju's Kisoba Kashiwaya

  • Sometimes your stomach gets the rumblies that only tempura can satisfy.
  • It is times like that which we can all be grateful for Kisoba Kashiwaya, home to the king of tempura prawns.

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  • It is just less than 5 minutes' walk from JR Kita-Senju Station.
  • Kashiwaya is a traditional-style Japanese restaurant, specializing in tempura.
  • Though it is not just the dishes' authenticity that delivers - they also satisfy on a price point as well.
  • At Kisoba Kashiwaya, it's not hard to find yourself satiated for under ¥1,000, with set menus generally ranging between the ¥1,000 and ¥2,000 mark.

Source:Kashiwaya Tabelog

 

3, Gyukotsu Ramen Matador

  • Matador serves up delectable bowls of beef bone ramen.
  • Matador oozes style from the moment you step inside.
  • They ply their artisanal trade in near silence, soft jazz music plays in the background creating a refined ambiance and feeling of exclusivity in the air.

  • As ramen goes, 'exclusivity' is definitely on the menu at Matador, who pride themselves on their beef bone ramen – something of a rarity in the ramen world when done this well.
  • With a beef broth and roast beef topping, expect a unique experience when ordering the Zeitaku Yakigyu Ramen (¥1,050).
  • hink a rich shoyu soup, combining flavours of beef bones and tendons—as well as numerous herbs, seafood and spices.

Source:Gyukotsu Ramen Matador Tripadvisor

 

4, Necodan Cat-themed Gift Store

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  • It is not too far from JR Kita Senju Station, Necodan presents itself as a hidden delight.
  • To the passerby Necodan could be just another gift shop.
  • Necodan is a gift store specializing in cat-themed gifts and sundries.
  • If you are cat lovers could spend hours amused by browsing the store's unique specialties.
  • Whatever you're looking for, you're sure to find it here, with approximately 1,500 cat-themed gifts available for purchase!
  • Necodan is open every day from 11:00am to 7:00pm, except for regular holidays and the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.
  • It can be accessed within 10 minutes walking distance from JR Kita-Senju Station.

Source: Necodan Cat-themed Gift Store

 

Do you want to explore the local Tokyo area?

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Kita-senju is not a well-traveled area for most tourists, however is well-connected for commuters, providing access to the rest of Tokyo, Chiba and Ibaraki by JR, Tokyo Metro and Tsukuba Express lines.

Let's discover those local atmosphere at Kitasenju station!

 

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