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Coordinates: 35°39′31″N 139°41′4″E / 35.65861°N 139.68444°E / 35.65861; 139.68444

This article is about the area in northern Tōkyō. For the train station, see Komaba-tōdaimae Station, for the park, see Komaba Park
Komaba no Koen Kellner Rice Fields

Komaba (駒場) is a residential neighborhood in the northern area of Meguro, Tokyo, Japan. Consisting of four chōme, the neighborhood has a population of 6,771.[1]

The neighborhood is known as a center for education being the location of a number of selective entry high schools and the Komaba Campus of the University of Tokyo.


Komaba borders Uehara, Shibuya in the north and Ohashi to the south.



Komaba is served by Komaba-Todaimae Station on the Keio Inokashira Line.


  • International High School
  • Nippon Institute of Technology High School

Other close-by high schools, served by Komaba-Todaimae Station, include:

  • Komaba High School
  • Komaba Toho High School
  • University of Tsukuba Komaba High School