is a subway station in Tokyo operated by Tokyo Metro
. It is stop H-3 on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Platform 1 is for passengers traveling toward Naka-Meguro Station
via Ebisu, and Platform 2 is for services to Kita-Senju Station
via Roppongi, Ginza, Tsukiji, and Akihabara.
Exit 1 is convenient for visitors to the Arisugawa-no-miya Memorial Park
, the Tokyo Metropolitan Library
, the Hiroo shopping arcade, and the Kitazato Research Hospital. Exit 2 serves those going to Seishin Women's College or the Tokyo Metropolitan Hiroo Hospital. Those bound for the Japan Red Cross Nursing College or Treatment Center, or going toward Aoyama
, will find Exit 3 best.
Hiroo has a reputation for being a desirable upscale residential area with convenient access to a variety of popular areas in Tokyo. It is located on the borders of Shibuya
and Minato wards
in Tokyo. Hiroo is within walking distance of the nightlife district Roppongi
, as well as trendy shopping and dining areas like Ebisu
, Azabu Juban, and Daikanyama.
Hiroo is home to many expatriates and professionals working in Tokyo. There are many embassies and several international schools in the area. The German Embassy is a short walk from the station. Hiroo is further home to National Azabu Supermarket, an upscale grocery store featuring foreign brands.
The Hiroo Shopping street offers a mix of traditional Japanese craft stores and modern boutiques. The Mormon Tokyo Japan Temple
is close to... Read More