Shin-Koiwa Restaurant Guide

Shin-Koiwa is located on the southern tip of Katsushika district, bordering Edogawa ward. It was named after the Shin-Koiwa Station, completed in 1928 (Showa 3). A part of what is now modern Shin-Koiwa was once called Komatsuna, with Upper and Lower Komatsu Towns which still are still the names of streets in the area where vegetables are grown on small plots of land.The area around Shin-Koiwa Station is divided into four regions by the JR Sobu line and Heiwabashidori street.Outside the south exit is the shopping center of the area, home to the downtown "Lumiere Shopping District". Both old and new shops can be found side by side here. In 2005 a campus of the Tokyo Seiei College was opened on the north side of the station, and the Kuramaedori road that runs from the north exit has been re-christened "Daigakudori (College Road)".Shin-Koiwa Park boasts over 40,000 square meters of space, and with broad grassy lawns, sports fields, and swimming pools, it's a popular place for residents of the Katsushika ward to relax.In west Shin-Koiwa there is also the Katsushika Arakawa Waterside Park, where residents can enjoy the Arakawa river in its natural state.Within the part there are wetlands and floodplains, as well as rainwater ponds and natural canals.

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