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Encyclopedia > Shinagawa

Shinagawa (品川区; -ku) is a special ward located in Tokyo, Japan.


As of 2003, the ward has an estimated population of 332,536 and a density of 14,636.27 persons per km. The total area is 22.72 km.


The ward was founded on March 15, 1947.


Landmarks

  • Shinagawa Shrine

Train stations

Note: Shinagawa Station is located in Minato-ku.


External links

  • Official website (http://www.city.shinagawa.tokyo.jp/) in Japanese
  • Wikitravel: Tokyo/Shinagawa (http://wikitravel.org/en/article/Tokyo/Shinagawa)
  Tokyo Metropolis
Wards
Adachi | Arakawa | Bunkyo | Chiyoda | Chuo | Edogawa | Itabashi | Katsushika | Kita | Koto | Meguro | Minato | Nakano | Nerima | Ota | Setagaya | Shibuya | Shinagawa | Shinjuku (capital) | Suginami | Sumida | Toshima | Taito
Cities
Akiruno | Akigawa (present Akiruno) | Akishima | Chofu | Fuchu | Fussa | Hachioji | Hamura | Higashikurume | Higashimurayama | Higashiyamato | Hino | Hoya (present Nishi-tokyo) | Inagi | Kiyose | Kodaira | Koganei | Kokubunji | Komae | Kunitachi | Machida | Mitaka | Musashimurayama | Musashino | Nishi-tokyo | Ome | Tachikawa | Tama | Tanashi (present Nishi-tokyo)
Districts and Sub-prefectures
Nishitama district | Hachijo sub-prefecture | Miyake sub-prefecture | Ogasawara sub-prefecture | Oshima sub-prefecture

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Shinagawa Station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (301 words)
Despite its name it is not located in Shinagawa Ward but just to the north in Minato Ward.
Some Keihin Kyūkō trains terminate at Shinagawa while others continue on to join the Toei Asakusa underground (subway) line (都営地下鉄浅草線) at Sengakuji (泉岳寺駅).
Shinagawa is one of Japan's oldest stations, opened in June 1872, four months before Shinbashi Station.
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