Chōfu (調布市, Chōfu-shi) is a city located in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan. As of 1 February 2016, the city had an estimated population of 228,663, and a population density of 10,590 per km². Its total area is 21.58 square kilometres (8.33 sq mi).
Restaurants in Chofu
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This botanical garden is a wonderful green space in suburban Tokyo with ponds, paths, open spaces and woodlands. It also has various types of flowers in their season. The greenhouses are currently being rebuilt, but you can enjoy wandering through the rest of the garden, with a stop for ice cream or a drink when you feel like it. Easiest to access by car, but there is also good bus service from Mitaka and Chofu stations.
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This temple is in Tokyo, but outside of the 23 wards of Central Tokyo. From Shinjuku, Chuo (or Sobu) line or Keio line will take you to the station nearby, and in either case you have to take a bus from the station to the temple. We took the way, which seemed quickest, and took Keio line to Chofu station (15 minutes) and a bus (15
minutes). It is possible via Tsutsujigaoka station of Keio line, but Chofu station is much bigger, meaning that all the rapid and semi-rapid trains stop there, whereas only local trains stop at Tsutsujigaoka station.
From the bus stop, a short path way leads to the temple, on both sides of which there are souvenir shops as well as estaurants, where you can have Soba (noodles).known for Jindaiji soba.
The temple is rather small and quiet, and it seems to us that most of the visitors are local people without coaches of tourists, which for us is a positive thing. As soon as we got off the bus, we felt as if we were in a small country side town of Japan, although the temple is in Tokyo. In the temple we found Daruma omikuji (oracle) for 300 yen/pce. You get a small Daruma for 300 yen. The Darumas are in several different colors for different fortunes like money, health, etc), and when you buy it you don't see the color of the Daruma you are buying.
As for the Soba (noodles), we regret a little having dropped in one of the first restaurants, but, as there are plenty of them, we should have walked around first especially in the path way perpendicular to the entry of the temple, right and left, before choosing one.
As a whole, we had a nice moment in the temple, and as we did not see everything and in details, we will certainly go back.
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Ajinomoto is the stadium where FC Tokyo plays the home games. It is a modern stadium with helpful employees, very well organized in and outs. There are even employees who are collection the trash regularly. Moreover, when you enter the stadium they gave you match day magazine, some booklets and even a shopping bag with FC Tokyo's colours and badge on it. It is easy to reach by metro and a 10 minutes walk. There are catering options in and out of the stadium. One tip, it is not a "football stadium" which designed for football games only, so they have athletics track.
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Unless you have a specific interest in Saneatsu Mushanokōji or the Shirakaba school, you could be forgiven for overlooking this. A small park in the backwoods of Sengawa, about 12 minutes walk from the station, it's in a residential part of the town but nonetheless is well worth a visit just for the secluded tranquility of the carp-filled ponds, the miniature bamboo glade. Such a sense of peacefulness looking out from the lower pond area. I'll be heading back in later November just to catch those maples turning red. There's a small charge if you want to take the escorted weekend tours round the house.
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one of famous bike gambling racing truck of TOKYO
especially, Night Race (nitghter) is recommended,
sun down purple sky is good view
new building is clean, you can see exciting bike race!
9 bikes race is bit won earn money
betting is complicated, so you may check web site (english available) in advance.
usually foreigner very few,...It means still domestic gamble sports....
anyway, you may feel Japanese mid-SHOUWA era mood.
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