Located north of Tokyo is Itabashi ward. It may not be filled with tourist attractions, but the residential neighborhood is very well kept. The district is home to four universities, including Tokyo Kasei, Teikyo, Daito Bunka, and Nihon University. You can find the cheapest items at the A-Colle Discount Supermarket. Whether you are at the Johoku Chuo Park or visiting the Akatsuka Botanical Gardens, you can find plenty of green spaces and fun around Itabashi. If you’re looking to go to a hot spring, luckily the Maenohara Onsen Sayano Yudokoro is nearby so you don’t have to travel far. The onsen resort is one of the best onsens found in Tokyo. In the summer, the Itabashi Fireworks are a must-see for local residents and travelers. With over 12,000 fireworks, the festival is known for firing one of the biggest unique fireworks in Tokyo. Another feature of Itabashi is a giant statue of Buddha seen at Jorenji temple.
Most residential areas in Itabashi are calm and relaxed. Like many stations in Tokyo, you can find many housings and shopping centers near the major stations of Itabashi. The Akatsaku area is also a good choice to live since it has many close amenities and opportunities to explore.
You can find yourself using the JR East Saikyo Line, Toei Mita Line, Tokyo Metro Yurakucho or Fukutoshin Lines, or the Tobu Tojo Line.