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6min to stn#NearShinagawa#Max5

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7 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 bath
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You can walk from my house to Togoshi Station just within 5mins, from here you can reach Higashiginza,Asakusa,Daimon and Skytre) by Asakusa line so it is convenient. Near the station there is a famous Togoshi shopping street which is one of the longest shopping street in Tokyo and convenience store, restaurant and many more is within walking distance too. Please feel free to contact us anytime you have any questions. We will try to respond as much as you wish, so thank you.

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2 single beds
Bedroom 2
1 floor mattress
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1 sofa bed, 1 floor mattress

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品川区, 東京都, Japan

The Togoshi Ginza Shopping District is one of the leading shopping districts in the Kanto region, extending a total length of 1.3km adjacent to Togoshi Ginza Station on the Tokyo Ikegami Line, and is composed of the promotional associations for Togoshi Ginza Shoeikai Shotengai, Togoshi Ginza Shotengai, and Togoshi Ginza Ginroku Shotengai. With more than 400 businesses lining the shopping street, there are still many shops dealing in fresh meat, fish and produce, and it caters mainly to locals shopping for daily necessities.

The cluster of businesses that formed the foundation for the modern Togoshi Ginza shopping district is said to have come about from the gathering of merchants from downtown Tokyo, which suffered devastating damage from the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923, and the areas near Yokohama who saw opportunities in this manufacturing district around Osaki, which was undergoing remarkable growth at the time. The opening of Togoshi Ginza Station on the Tokyo Ikegami Line in 1927, also led to the shops that had previously been scattered about the neighborhood to concentrate around the station.

Due to the area’s convenient transport access, with the Toei Togoshi Asakusa Station, JR Osaki Station, and Tokyu Oimachi Line Togoshi Park Station all within walking distance in addition to the Tokyo Ikegami Line, as well as the ability to do shopping on the way home and bright streetlights that make it safe even at night, it is also an extremely popular residential area frequently ranking among the most desirable neighborhoods.

The Togoshi Ginza shopping district’s vibrant working-class atmosphere has drawn considerable attention from the media and other quarters, and the Togoshi Ginza Croquette promotion, riding the wave of the B-class gourmet and working-class gourmet trends, garnered coverage in many magazines and TV programs calling the area a “street food hotspot” and the “holy land for working-class gourmet”, greatly increasing its name recognition nationwide.

Today, in addition to travel agencies putting together guided shopping district tours for tourists, a rapidly growing number of visitors from the surrounding area come not only to shop, but to enjoy the shopping district itself, particularly on weekends and holidays.
The Togoshi Ginza Shopping District is one of the leading shopping districts in the Kanto region, extending a total length of 1.3km adjacent to Togoshi Ginza Station on the Tokyo Ikegami Line, and is composed o…

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- I may not be able to meet guest directly because I have a job. I'd be glad that if we could meet in person and have a coffee together (if time allows).
-Let me know if there’s anything else necessary! I'd be more than happy to prepare everything you need as much as I can.
-You will be able to contact me for further assistance during your stays. My contact information is included in the guest instruction to you once the reservation is confirmed.
-If you have any question, feel free to contact me at any time (I can respond in English, Chinese, Japanese)
- I may not be able to meet guest directly because I have a job. I'd be glad that if we could meet in person and have a coffee together (if time allows).
-Let me know if there…
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