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Tokorozawa Station Entrance

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Tokorozawa Station in Tokorozawa, Saitama has Seibu Line trains to Ikebukuro and Nishi-Shinjuku stations in Tokyo.

Import notice: Before arriving at Tokorozawa Station East Exit (Tokorozawa Eki Higashi Guchi), all airport buses make a stop at JR Higashi Tokorozawa (Higashi Tokorozawa). Passengers should make sure not to get off at Higashi Tokorozawa by mistake if they want to go to Tokorozawa Station. (Announcements on the buses are made in Japanese, English, Chinese and Korean.)

Tokorozawa Station is a major commercial area in Tokorozawa. The Prope, Tokorozawa's main shopping and restaurant street starts right at the west exit of Tokorozawa Station and leads towards Kokukoen.

The Seibu Sogo Tokorozawa department store is right at the station with eight floors of stores, cafes and restaurants as well as a roof garden. There are branches of Loft and Muji as well as a branch of the travel agents JTB.

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Tokorozawa Station with Christmas Illuminations

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