Seijogakuenmae

Seijo

This is my image of Seiji. A leafy suburb with trees overhanging the clean narrow roads. This area of town is peaceful and laid back but very well organized

Leefy scenery in front of the station. Siejo Ishii on the right

Leefy scenery in front of the station. Siejo Ishii on the right

Looks like a public bath tower in the distance?

Looks like a public bath tower in the distance?

Seijo Ishii supermarket

Seijo Ishii supermarket

One of the well appointed shotengai in Seijo. Look at the street lights

One of the well appointed shotengai in Seijo. Look at the street lights

Chance to pick up some good wines here

Chance to pick up some good wines here

Small well appointed shops in the streets near the station

Small well appointed shops in the streets near the station

Many of the shops have a nice well organized charm about them

Many of the shops have a nice well organized charm about them

Lots of greenery in this area of town. This florist can hardly compete with the natural green setting of the town

Lots of greenery in this area of town. This florist can hardly compete with the natural green setting of the town

The train lines looked more like a highway here. The train enters a tunnel type structure before arriving at the station

The train lines looked more like a highway here. The train enters a tunnel type structure before arriving at the station

The Sengawa river runs through part of Seijo

The Sengawa river runs through part of Seijo

The Sengawa River looking back towards the railway line

The Sengawa River looking back towards the railway line

Relaxing walkways either side of the river

Relaxing walkways either side of the river

Trees seem to come from everywhere even though the streets are quite narrow

Trees seem to come from everywhere even though the streets are quite narrow

Lots of larger sized houses here with lots of greenery in the gardens

Lots of larger sized houses here with lots of greenery in the gardens

A very nice looking cafe with delicious cakes

A very nice looking cafe with delicious cakes

This Church building fits right in and adds lots of character to the area

This Church building fits right in and adds lots of character to the area

Time to get on the bus

Time to get on the bus

Apartments, houses and trees

Apartments, houses and trees

Sidestreets with character

Sidestreets with character

Local museum just down the road

Local museum just down the road

One of the main streets leading away from the station. Drop in to your friendly KFC on the way

One of the main streets leading away from the station. Drop in to your friendly KFC on the way

A few stores in front of the station area

A few stores in front of the station area

A nice traditional restaurant near the station

A nice traditional restaurant near the station

It wouldn't be a perfect town without a Mister Dounts

It wouldn't be a perfect town without a Mister Dounts

A couple of land and building opportunities to be had in the local area

A couple of land and building opportunities to be had in the local area

Seijogakuenmae station building

Seijogakuenmae station building

Drop in to pick up some tasty bread

Drop in to pick up some tasty bread

Police box outside the station

Police box outside the station

A good international flavor at this supermarket

A good international flavor at this supermarket

Odakyu Line at Seijogakuenmae Station

Odakyu Line at Seijogakuenmae Station

This newly built station design at Seijo reminded me of a mini version of Kyoto Station

This newly built station design at Seijo reminded me of a mini version of Kyoto Station

Time to stop in and pick up some chocolates from Godiva

Time to stop in and pick up some chocolates from Godiva

Waiting for a taxi at Seijogakuenmae Station

Waiting for a taxi at Seijogakuenmae Station

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    • yes, this is quote a normal thing. There are often big signboards showing the different tenants in the building like this. 🙂 I’ll try and grab some more photos of these type of boards next time.

  1. So glad to see that you’re back in action after a while! Damn those hackers! But boy, you sure are going all over the place lately; I have some catching up to do!! hahaha 🙂 Will be heading back to Tokyo this November for a two week stay, but I think I`ll dedicate a few days to seeing these kind of spots that you’re showing us that are “off the radar” so to speak; Shibuya246.com proving to bet every damn Gaijin info center there is! This looks like a very peaceful neighborhood, a lovely stroll in the afternoon.

  2. ah brings back good memories of the area. I’d love if you took a trip over to my old neighborhood of chitosefunabashi and snapped a few pics.