Tsukishima Area, Where a New Cityscape and the Good Old Lower Town Converge
Like nearby Kachidoki and Toyosu, Tsukishima is known as a part of the Lower Town of Tokyo. It also belongs to the bayshore area, affording panoramic views of Tokyo Bay. From the area’s tall buildings, the gaze halts on Rainbow Bridge, then sweeps across the Tokyo skyline. Here are thousands of high-rise condominiums where all the attractions of the waterfront can be savored.
It’s also no secret that getting around Tokyo from Tsukishima is a breeze. Tsukishima Station is served by two subway lines, Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line and Toei Oedo Line. Yurakucho Line whisks you to Ginza Itchome Station in just 4 minutes. Taking Oedo Line, you can reach Shinjuku Station in 25 minutes without changing trains. But why take the train? Tokyo Station and Ginza area are close enough to commute on foot or by bicycle. And Tsukishima area is just as convenient for weekend shopping as it is for commuting.
Of course, convenient commuting is only the start of Tsukishima’s attractions. Places to see, have fun and eat abound in Tsukishima. Tsukishima Monja Street is lined with about 50 shops specializing in monjayaki, attracting bustling crowds day and night. Fans of this savory pancake won't want to leave.
In 2022, the redevelopment of Tsukishima Sanchome Minami District got under way. Plans call for the construction of a condominium tower that will rise 58 stories and include approximately 1,000 residential suites as well as shopping facilities. When redevelopment is completed, complementing the existing, mature cityscape, Tsukishima is expected to reach new heights of refinement.
Tsukishima is constantly evolving, yet retains the ambience of the old Lower Town. If this bayside district catches your eye, be sure to peruse our property listings for Tsukishima/Kachidoki area.
Please note that there may not be any available units for sale in the listed properties on this article.