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Futako Tamagawa (二子玉川) is an unofficial term for the area surrounding Futako-Tamagawa station on the Tōkyū Den-en-toshi Line and Tokyu Oimachi Line lines in Tokyo, Japan. The name often refers to the Tamagawa and Seta districts of Setagaya Ward, but there is no precise definition. It is colloquially referred to as "Futako" (フタコ) or "Nikotama" (ニコタマ), from an alternate reading of the first three kanji characters in the name.

 

Shimokitazawa (下北沢 Shimokitazawa?) is a neighborhood in Setagaya, Tokyo. It consists of the neighborhood immediately surrounding Shimo-Kitazawa Station, where the Odakyū and Keiō Inokashira Lines intersect. Also known as "Shimokita", the district is a center for stage theater and live music venues. It is home to the historic Honda Gekijō theater building.With its numerous cafes, unique fashion and music outlets, Shimokitazawa is popular with students and young people.

In 2004, the Setagaya City Council released a plan to redevelop a large section of the city, including the construction of several high rise buildings, and extending Route 54 across the city. Currently, the streets are very narrow and highly intersected, with many small alleyways. Because many residents and visitors consider this to be part of the charm of Shimokitazawa, some controversy surrounds the development plan.[1][2]

 

Yōga (用賀 yōga?) is a neighborhood in Setagaya, Tokyo. Its name appears frequently in traffic reports because the junction between the Tomei Expressway and the elevated Shibuya branch (#3) of the Metropolitan Expressway system is there. There is also a stop, Yōga Station, on the Tōkyū Den-en-toshi subway line here. There is also a bus services (Tokyu Bus) and possible access to the area with numbers of busses.

Two traffic cameras on top of the SBS tower overlook the junction, the Yōga toll gate, and other parts of the neighborhood.

 

  
 

 

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