A Calm and Verdant Urban Oasis: Jingumae Area
Cast your mind to Jingumae area and chances are you think of Takeshita-dori, bustling with young shoppers, or Omotesando, with its luxury brand stores lining both sides of the street. But step just a little way from the bright lights of the main boulevards and you’ll discover another side to Jingumae: a residential area that is surprisingly serene, a tranquil oasis filled with natural beauty.
Jingumae is served by a total of three train lines: JR Yamanote Line, accessible from Harajuku Station, and Tokyo Metro Chiyoda and Fukutoshin Lines, both accessed from Meijijingumae Station. From this central location, convenience to Tokyo’s most high-profile quarters is extraordinarily convenient. Shibuya Station is a mere 2 minutes away, Shinjuku Station a 4-minute ride and Shinagawa Station and Otemachi Station just a bit further at 15 minutes each. When it’s time to travel between Japan and the outside world, Haneda Airport Terminal 3 Station, located in the international terminal of Haneda Airport, lies at the end of a brief 33-minute train ride, making Jingumae an eminently livable address for the international businessperson.
The shopping to be enjoyed in Jingumae area is virtually limitless, encompassing everything from flagship stores of world-renowned luxury brands to small, stylish boutiques. When it’s time to rest your tired feet, you can choose from open streetside cafés, popular French restaurants (reservations a must!) and other dining stops. The charm of Jingumae’s high streets is irresistible.
Nearby attractions of natural beauty include verdant Yoyogi Park and, with its famous rows of ginkgo trees, Meiji-jingu Gaien. The many faces of this district are a key reason for Jingumae’s enduring appeal.
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