The town information of Tokorozawa

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Tokorozawa city is the third in populationin in Saitama, Japan. There are the Seibu Department Stores, Daiei, and Seiyu in the west side of the Tokorozawa station. Buses, bound for Narita International Airport and Kansai area, will be available from the east side of the station.
As the bedroom suburbs of Tokyo, there are many houses in Shin-Tokorozawa and Kotesashi area. The Musashino Line will be available in East-Tokorozawa area.
Moreover, Tokorozawa is famous for Seibu Dome, the home field of the Saitama Seibu Lions professional baseball team.>>Map

Required Time to Notable Stations

Available Lines
Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Seibu Shinjuku Line
Seibu Ikebukuro Line
23 mins to Ikebukuro


To Seibuen Station
To Kiyose Station
To Shiki Station South Exit
To Kiyose Station South Exit
To Kumegawa Station
To Koku-koen Station
To Tokorozawa Station West Exit

The Sights

  • Daiei
  • The Seibu Department Stores
  • Seiyu
  • Yaoko Tokorozawa-kita
  • Shin-Tokorozawa Let'sCinePark
  • Parco
  • Keiyo
  • Kojima
  • Don Quijote
  • Shin-Tokorozawa Let's Cine Park
  • Tokorozawa-Kokukinen Park
  • Sayama Ski Resort
  • Sayama Lake
  • Seibuen Theme Park
  • Takinojosi Park



Tokorozawa Festival
The Tokorozawa Festival, held in fall, is crowded with three hundred thousands of people every year. The festival includes parades with traditional songs, street entertainments, and the samba.

The Scene

My Neighbor Totoro
Shall We Dance?
Manga (Japanese Comic Books)
Ganbare!! Tabuchi-kun!!
Famous Name(s)
George Tokoro (Singer-songwriter, comedian)
Yoshiharu Habu (Professional shogi player)
Yuko Takeuchi (Actress)
Yutaka Takenouchi (Actor)
Aguri Suzuki (Former racing driver)
Ikumi Kimura (Announcer)
Hiroshi Shibakusa (Former professional baseball player)
Maki Mori (Soprano)
Koki Watanabe (Professional baseball player)
Yumiko Shaku (Actress)

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