|City of Kita|
Asukayama Park in Ōji, Kita, Tokyo
Location of Kita in Tokyo Metropolis
|• Total||20.59 km2 (7.95 sq mi)|
|• Density||16,140/km2 (41,800/sq mi)|
|Time zone||Japan Standard Time (UTC+9)|
The name Kita, meaning "north," reflects the location among the wards of Tokyo. To its north lie the cities of Kawaguchi and Toda in Saitama Prefecture. To the east, south and west lie other special wards: Adachi, Arakawa, Itabashi, Bunkyō, and Toshima.
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- Asukayama Park
- Ukima Park
- Chūō Park (formerly Camp Oji)
- Furukawa Garden
- Nanushi-no-taki Park
- Oji Shrine
- Oji Inari shrine
The city's public elementary and middle schools are operated by the City of Kita Board of Education.
The city's public high schools are operated by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Board of Education.
An international school, the Lycée Français International de Tokyo, is in Kita.
- JR East
- Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation Toden Arakawa Line: Nishigahara Yonchōme, Takinogawa Itchōme, Asukayama, Ōji Ekimae, Sakae-chō, Kajiwara Stations
- Tokyo Metro Namboku Line: Nishigahara, Ōji, Ōji Kamiya, Shimo, Akabane Iwabuchi Stations
- Saitama Rapid Railway Line (Sainokuni Stadium Line): Akabane-Iwabuchi Station
Famous people from Kita
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It is also twinned with the following cities in Japan.
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