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Jiyūgaoka, Meguro, Tokyo

Jiyūgaoka is a neighborhood in southern Meguro, Tokyo, Japan, consisting of districts 1-chome to 3-chome, with a population of 7.231 as of January 2013. The name also refers to the broader area surrounding Jiyūgaoka Station, which includes both Jiyūgaoka, part of Midorigaoka and nearby Okusawa in Setagaya. Jiyūgaoka Station is located at the junction of the Tōyoko Line and Ōimachi Line. There are numerous apparel stores, zakka stores, cafes and restaurants. Jiyūgaoka is often considered as one of the most desirable places to live in Tokyo. The middle class demographic is also reflected in ...


Komaba is a residential neighborhood in the northern area of Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. Consisting of four districts, the neighborhood has a population of 6.771. The neighborhood is known as a center for education being the location of a number of selective entry high schools and the Komaba Campus of the University of Tokyo.

Ōhashi, Meguro, Tokyo

Ōhashi is a neighborhood located in the northern area of Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. Consisting of two chōme. As of March 1, 2014, the neighborhood has a population of 6.853.

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