Kawasaki Station 川崎駅

  • Published on : 08/05/2016
  • by : Japan Experience

Kawasaki Station is a major rail station in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture on the Tokaido Main Line, the Keihin-Tohoku Line and the Nambu Line.

Keikyu Buses and Nitto Kotsu Buses both run to Umihotaru (海ほたる) and Kisarazu in Chiba Prefecture through the Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line tunnel (Tokyo Bay Aqualine).

There are bus stations at both the West and East exits. There are local buses to Kamata, Haneda Airport, Kawasaki Racecourse, Kashimada Station, Tsunashima Station, Shin-Maruko Station and Musashi-Kosugi Station.

(This page in Japanese bus.ekitan.com shows all the local routes from both bus stations at Kawasaki Station).

Kawasaki City Bus, Kawasaki Station, Kanagawa, Japan

Kawasaki City Bus, Kawasaki Station, Kanagawa, Japan

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Keikyu Line Train running past Kawasaki Station, Kanagawa, Japan.

Keikyu Line Train running past Kawasaki Station, Kanagawa, Japan.

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A large circular space "Pizza Centrale" is the venue for frequent festivals featuring regional cuisine and live entertainment. There's a multitude of restaurants and cafes to choose from here including the excellent Osteria Galileo (Tel: 044 222 8100), an authentic Neapolitan restaurant.

To the north of La Cittadella are three more large malls: PaseosKawasaki More's and Kawasaki Dice. Paseos has numerous ladies' fashion outlets along with cafes and restaurants. Kawasaki More's has also mostly fashion stores on its eight floors above ground and two basement floors with branches of Aoyama, Book Off, Daiso, Game Pia game center and Starbucks. Kawasaki Dice has nine floors above ground and two basement floors: the complex includes a Toho cinema, Uniqlo, Tsutaya and a branch of Tokyu Hands.

Kawasaki Station concourse

Kawasaki Station concourse

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