Introduction

Thinking of living in Katsushika?

Katsushika is located far west of Tokyo, bordering Chiba prefecture. Like any ward, it is also not short of greenery scenery and parks.

Mizumoto Park

The Mizumoto Park is the largest park in Tokyo. The park is an attraction spot during hanami season.

Shibamata Temple

Nearby temples are Narihira-san Tōsen-ji and Shibamata Taishakuten. In 2009, the Shibamata Taishakuten was selected as one of the 100 Landscapes of Japan of Heisen period.

Dango Dumplings

Around the temple is the popular Shibamata district. You can find souvenir shops and delicious dango dumplings.

Katsushika Iris Festival
Katsushika Iris Festival

Living in Katsushika

Katsushika is one of the most affordable place to reside in Tokyo. With affordable rent prices comes with low living costs. Far from the city center, Katsushika is a very residential area with retro chic neighborhood. A popular neighborhood is Tateishi with retro shopping streets and backstreet workshops. If you live near Shibamata or Kanamachi Stations, you’re near the Edo River and close to Mizumoto Park.

Transportation

You can reach Katsushika using three railway companies’ lines; the JR East, Keisei, and Hokuso. The JR East lines include the Joban Line and the Chuo Main Line. Keisei has three railway lines running through Katsushika; Keisei Main, Oshiage, and Kanamachi Lines. These lines not as crowded as the Yamanote Line and when they are, it is not uncomfortably packed.

Points of Interest

  • Hikifunegawa Water Park
    Katsushika City Museum
    Katsushika City Museum
  • Horikiri Shobu Garden
  • Kameari
  • Katsushika City Museum
  • Katsushika Shibamata Torasan Memorial Hall
  • Mizumoto Park
  • Katsushika Iris Festival
  • Ohanajaya Park
  • Shibamata Taishakuten (Taishakuten Daikyoji Temple)
  • Suikeien
  • Tateishi Nakamise Shotengai
  • Taishakuten-Sando
  • Tokyo Natural Onsen: Kodai no Yu
  • Yamamoto-tei

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