Chuo Line Travel Guide

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The JR Chuo Line has led or accompanied urban sprawl west from Shinjuku to Tachikawa and even on to Hachioji. Local trains run every 3-5 minutes; there are less frequent but faster trains that stop at fewer stations.

Tachikawa is considered a rural city by people who live in the central 23 wards of Tokyo, but it is a proper city. Nightlife and "pink businesses" are east and south of the station; the major department stores like Isetan are to the north. It has few attractions for the visitor, other than Showa Kinen Koen, a large park that was a US military base; it has a pond, bike paths, a water park, and all kinds of flora.


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