Kichijōji (吉祥寺) is a neighborhood in the city of Musashino in Tokyo, Japan. It is centered on the commercial area to the north of its train station and has a youthful, artistic, slightly countercultural reputation. Kichijōji Station is served by the Chūō Line, Sobu Line, Tozai Line and is also a terminus of the Keiō Inokashira Line, which takes passengers as far as Shibuya.
5 min form Nakano, Kichijoji is a good place to go on sunday, rest a little bit after an hard week of shigoto.. Or if you are in Tokyo for visiting, take a break from your tour and enjoy something different.
The best part of Kichijoji for me is the Park.. with a lot of thing to see, the park is a big green place at only 10min from shinjuku!
Inokashira Park, the source of the Kanda River (神田川), is located south of Kichijōji Station, and is a favorite spot for springtime hanami, or cherry-blossom viewing. Public-opinion surveys consistently designate Kichijōji one of Tokyo’s most desirable residential neighborhoods. It features a petting zoo and the Ghibli Museum.
You can see animation like this Japanese CowBoy
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You can even enjoy a tour on a beautifull Swan boat (o^_^o;)
Enjoy the Fish.. ( but you can’t catch them! ^^ )
Or just make a walk and enjoy everything, like this Tori
Well I stop here.. If you have time, just get their buy yourself, you will not regret it..
The little street that bring you to the Park a full of little shop, and Yakitori stand.. it smell soooo good.