In the east of Tokyo, Kasai is the last stop before Chiba – occupying a finger of land between the Arakawa River, Edo River and Tokyo Bay.
With lots of public housing and lower cost housing developments, Kasai is a big area for families. It’s also a popular residential area for Tokyo’s Indian residents so there are more reasonably priced Indian eateries than one would expect. Gyosen Park to the north of Nishi Kasai station and Kasai Rinkai Park in the south are great cheapo family destinations
Nishi Kasai and Kasai stations on the Tozai Line and Kasai Rinkai Koen Station on the JR Keiyo Line all lie within the greater Kasai area.