Tokyo Neighborhoods • Monzen Nakacho


Author: Parent     Date pictures taken:  2007     City: Tokyo     Country: Japan      Pictures Attached: 17     Pictures License: Copyrighted Free Use - Requires Attribution - Allows Commercial Reuse and Derivative Works     Neighborhood Type: Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple



Monzen Nakacho Pictures

by Parent on Sun Nov 04, 2007 12:58 pm


Monzen Nakacho (or Nagacho) is located in Koto ward and is crisscrossed by several canals/rivers with some very nice residential areas. Of interest, the Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine and the Fukagawafudoudou temple.

Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) A canal (coming from the [[Sumida River]]). (608.4 KB) Photo viewed 1494 times
Pic. 1. A canal (coming from the Sumida River). View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) A residential area nearby. (539.62 KB) Photo viewed 1024 times
Pic. 2. A residential area nearby. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) During the spring flower festival, some bridges over the canal have food stands ([[yatai]]). (633.38 KB) Photo viewed 972 times
Pic. 3. During the spring flower festival, some bridges over the canal have food stands (yatai). View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple)  (622.58 KB) Photo viewed 952 times
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Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) Tomioka Hachimangu [[Shrine]]. (658.72 KB) Photo viewed 979 times
Pic. 5. Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple)  (666.28 KB) Photo viewed 1016 times
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Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple)  (634.13 KB) Photo viewed 998 times
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Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) Similarly to older districts of Japanese cities, the main streets in Monzennagacho  are covered with a steel roof for protection against the weather. (590.49 KB) Photo viewed 994 times
Pic. 8. Similarly to older districts of Japanese cities, the main streets in Monzennagacho are covered with a steel roof for protection against the weather. View photo in original size (768x1024 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple)  (599.13 KB) Photo viewed 974 times
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Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) Monzennagacho mansions. (493.93 KB) Photo viewed 936 times
Pic. 10. Monzennagacho mansions. View photo in original size (768x1024 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) Store selling old traditional japanese style accessories. (596.92 KB) Photo viewed 985 times
Pic. 11. Store selling old traditional japanese style accessories. View photo in original size (768x1024 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) Overhead view of Monzennagacho. (553.45 KB) Photo viewed 924 times
Pic. 12. Overhead view of Monzennagacho. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) A student.. Some never stop studying :D (499.79 KB) Photo viewed 1007 times
Pic. 13. A student.. Some never stop studying :D View photo in original size (817x765 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple)  (627.65 KB) Photo viewed 932 times
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Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) Because of the small size of the apartments, the residents often dry [[tatami]]s, carpets, [[futon]]s outside hanging out from their window. (552.49 KB) Photo viewed 921 times
Pic. 15. Because of the small size of the apartments, the residents often dry tatamis, carpets, futons outside hanging out from their window. View photo in original size (768x1024 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple) Spring festival in the Monzennagacho Fukagawafudoudou temple. The actors are playing [[saiyuki]], the japanese version of the chinese novel [[Journey to the West]]. (207.33 KB) Photo viewed 1358 times
Pic. 16. Spring festival in the Monzennagacho Fukagawafudoudou temple. The actors are playing saiyuki, the japanese version of the chinese novel Journey to the West. View photo in original size (955x747 pixels).


Picture of Monzen Nakacho neighborhood, Tokyo City, Japan,  2007 by Parent (Tokyo Middle Class Residential Neighborhood, Shrine, Temple)  (228.6 KB) Photo viewed 918 times
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Map of Monzen Nakacho. Satellite photograph of Monzennagacho neighborhood, Tokyo city.


How to get to Monzen Nakacho Neighborhood


Monzen Nakacho Station.
Last edited by Parent on Wed Apr 16, 2008 9:34 pm, edited 7 times in total.
 
 
 
 
Map of Monzen Nakacho. Pictures by Parent within 4 kilometers of Monzen Nakacho Neighborhood.

 
 

Neighborhoods Nearby Monzen Nakacho - Pictures by Parent



Tsukishima Neighborhood by Parent. Located in Chuo-ku and surrounded by skyscrapers, the Tsukishima neighborhood is famous for the monjayaki dish as well as for being an artificial island in Tokyo.. Distance from Monzen Nakacho: 1.4km SW, 18 pictures.

Toyocho Neighborhood by Parent. Similarly to Toyosu in Koto-ku, Toyocho has received much development since the Yurikamome line was built in 1988. The area looks fresh with some good.. Distance from Monzen Nakacho: 1.8km E, 11 pictures.

Toyosu Neighborhood by Parent. Toyosu is located on an artificial island made in part from debris accumulated during the 1923 Great Kanto earthquake. The Toyosu/Toyoko neighborhoods started to become popular and getting lots of development after the Yurakucho.. Distance from Monzen Nakacho: 2km S, 18 pictures.

Ningyocho Neighborhood by Parent. Located nearby Ginza in Nihonbashi (Chuo-ku), Ningyocho is a mix of office, restaurant, and some residences. It is famous for the Amazakeyokocho street where sweets and senbeis are sold. Senbeis are sweeted or salted crackers.. Distance from Monzen Nakacho: 2km NW, 17 pictures.

Tsukiji Neighborhood by Parent. The Tsukiji Fish Market gets real busy during the weekdays especially in the morning. It is located 5 minutes away from Tsukiji Station. There is another market (wholesale) close to Tsukijishijo Station. Another landmark worth.. Distance from Monzen Nakacho: 2.5km SWW, 24 pictures.

Sumiyoshi Neighborhood by Parent. Located in Koto ward, Sumiyoshi is a mixed residential and business neighborhood. A bit of local shopping.. Distance from Monzen Nakacho: 2.5km NE, 19 pictures.

Ryogoku Neighborhood by Parent. Located in Sumida-ku, Ryogoku is most famous for the Edo Tokyo Hakubutsukan (Edo-Tokyo Museum) and the Ryogoku Kokugikan (sumo wrestling.. Distance from Monzen Nakacho: 2.6km N, 19 pictures.




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