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Kawasaki (川崎)is a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, wedged between Tokyo and Yokohama, and one of the major cities in the Greater Tokyo Area and the Keihin industrial area. Kawasaki is the second-most populous city of Kanagawa Prefecture, behind Yokohama, and is also the eighth-most populous city of Japan (including Tokyo metropolitan area).

Kawasaki links two large cities, being a part of the greater Tokyo area, which is the largest and densest metropolitan area in the world. Since the 1950s, residential areas have been created in the northeastern portion of the city, connected directly with downtown Tokyo via new rail lines.


JR Lines
“Kawasaki Station” (Tokaido Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line, Nambu Line)

Keikyu Line
“Keikyu Kawasaki Station”

Both train service take around 20 minutes from Shinagawa Station.



Lazona Kawasaki

Lazona Kawasaki is a plaza shopping mall with fashion stores, restaurants, and movie cinemas featuring famous artist regularly.

Kawasaki Daishi

Kawasaki Daishi is a large temple in Kanagawa Prefecture ranking top 3 shrine during January 1st Hatsumoude visit.
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