Details of Joto Japanese School

Address 〒124-0003
3-4-7 Ohanajaya, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
Phone Number 03-3604-1150
15 minutes walk from Kameari Station
15 minutes walk from Ohanajaya Station

Access from the Airport

  • ※ The amount shown is the cost in cash as of July 2017.
    ※ This is an approximate time.

School Location

Joto Japanese School is located in Kameari, the northern part of Katsushika district of Tokyo,with the friendly atmosphere.
The area has been recognized as an atractive area, with retro-style buildings and old-fashioned shopping streets, while redevelopment have brought large commercial facilities to the town as well. From the nearest station, Kameari Station, it is convenient to transfer to the JR Yamanote Line. It takes only 15-minute train ride to Ueno Park whici is famous for cherry blossoms in the spring.

A town recognized as an atractive area; a mixed of an old-fashioned town and redevelopment projects.

  • 亀有駅前

    Kameari Eki-mae (In front of Kameari Station)

    Kameari Station, the JR Joban Line. From Kameari Station, it is a 15 minute walk to school. Kameari Station became famous for being featured in the anime series “Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen-mae Hashutsujo”, and there are many statues of its main character, "Ryo-san", around the station.

  • お花茶屋駅

    Ohanajaya Station

    Ohanajaya Station of the Keisei Dentetsu Line. It is a 15 minutes walk from Ohanajaya Station to school.
    World famous sightseeing area, Ueno, is accessible by train without transfer.

  • 亀有駅前ショッピングセンター

    Kameari Eki-mae Shopping Center

    A large shopping mall, a 5 minutes walk from Kameari Station. You can purchase groceries and other items. Many restaurants and fast food shops are available.

  • 亀有図書館

    Kameari Library

    The Kameari Library is located within 5 minute walk from school. Anyone can use the library for free of charge and students can use various reference materials for research.

  • 題経寺(柴又帝釈天)

    Daikyo-ji Temple (Shibamata Taishakuten)

    Taishakuten, the “face” of Shibamata which became famous for the movie named “Otokowa Tsuraiyo”, is a Nichiren sect temple called Daikyoji.
    As you enter the temple, you can see the history of the temple with large bell tower and splendid sculptures.

  • 葛飾区山本亭

    Katsushika, Yamamoto-tei House and Garden

    Yamamoto-tei is a Japanese and Western architectural style building built in the late Taisho period. As an architectural piece which preserves the styles of the Taisho to early Showa period, it has been designated as a Tokyo Metropolitan-Selected Historic Building.
    At the café, visitors can enjoy beautiful garden while having Japanese tea.

Page top