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Shimbashi Area Guide Area Guide, Minato Ward Neighbourhoods: 新橋



Shimbashi (additionally spelt Shinbashi) is a predominantly business and amusement locale of focal Tokyo, south of Hibiya Park and the Imperial Palace Tokyo. It is the quintessential "salaryman" (office laborer) and "OL" ("office woman") quarter of the city. Thusly, it is as a glaring difference with the as of late revamped glimmering high rise locale of Shiodome on the opposite side of the JR Yamanote rail line.


Shimbashi's bars and restaurants have a most certainly shitamachi ("low town") flavor, yet Shimbashi is midway found: just two stops south of Tokyo Station. This mix of apparent affordibility and locational accommodation, in addition to that reality that no under seven diverse rail line lines join on Shimbashi, implies that the region is a characteristic place of appearance from all headings, other than its numerous neighborhood office laborers.



ACCESS


AVERAGE RENT near Shimbashi, Minato



Apartment Type Average Rent


1R / 1K ¥ 156,000

1LDK / 2K / 2DK ¥ 180,000


2LDK / 3K / 3DK ¥ 250,000








Famous Location


1.Karasumori Shrine 烏森神社



Numerous Shinbashi salarymen say their every day supplications at this little sanctuary found simply a short stroll from the station. It's famous for its bright fortune slips (omikuji): discover how fortunate you'll be infatuated (red), business (yellow), work and studies (blue) or wellbeing and blood related issues (green) – or draw one of each tone and get the full scope of forecasts. The encompassing region is loaded with little diners and food slows down.


2.Hayao Miyazaki's NTV Clock 宮崎駿の日テレ大時計




Shimbashi SL Square

The giant clock is in the Shiodome part of Tokyo, at the Nittele Tower (base camp of Nippon Television). It was planned by Hayao Miyazaki, the famous chief and prime supporter of Studio Ghibli, and keeping in mind that it's not actually drawn from his 2004 film Howl's Moving Castle, it's been compared to the stylish of the anime exemplary.


The clock springs to life 4 times on Monday to Friday, with an additional a show on Saturdays and Sundays. Every exhibition starts around four minutes in front of great importance, and you can see it from a wide range of spots around the Nippon TV tower. Yet, get as close as possible so you can truly see the detail. Anime fan or not, Miyazaki's clock is insane with detail.


3.Italia street 汐留 イタリア街



Shiodome Italia Street, a famous spot with business offices and inns, is situated in the fifth region of Shiodome Shiosite, which is known as Shiodome's colossal complex city. Based on the topic of Italy, bright Renaissance structures are arranged around the focal square, and the streets are cleared with cobblestones, suggestive of the roads of Italy. The focal square of the square, which is renowned as an Italian eatery and a shooting spot, is a famous spot.



4.Shimbashi SL Square 新橋SL広場



Obviously, the milestone Shimbashi "SL Square" at Shimbashi Station. It's a standard gathering, yet I regularly see talk with groups on TV. Furthermore, memorial functions and occasions are held, making it a fascinating spot that is packed with many individuals constantly.


A steam train called "C11" is put here as an image of the origination of Japanese rail routes, however what isn't shockingly known is three times each day at 12:00, 15:00, and 18:00. That the genuine steam whistle sounds.




University


  • Jikei University School of Medicine University Building No. 1


Hospital


Jikei University School of Medicine Hospital


Address: 3-19-18 Nishi-Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0003

TEL: +81334331111



GYM(24 hrs)

  • Anytime Fitness Shinbashi

*Simple selections of the area.



Supermarket

  • Meat Hanamasa Nishi-Shimbashi store

  • Maruetsu Petit Shimbashi 5-chome store

  • My Basket Shimbashi 5-chome

*Simple selections of the area.



Department Store


  • Wing Shinbashi

  • New Shimbashi Building

*Simple selections of the area.




Useful Information:


Police Station:


Atago Police Station


Address: 6-18-12 Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo


TEL: 03-3437-0110



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