Komaba

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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.

Geography[edit]

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

Landmarks[edit]

Transportation[edit]

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

Education[edit]

  • 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

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