Ochanomizu (japonais : 御茶ノ水) est un quartier de Tokyo, Japon. Il s'étend de la section Yushima de Bunkyō à la section Kanda de Chiyoda. Ocha-no-mizu signifie « eau du thé. » Pendant la période Edo, l'eau pour préparer le thé du Shogun était extraite de la rivière Kanda qui traverse le quartier.

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  • Ochanomizu (japonais : 御茶ノ水) est un quartier de Tokyo, Japon. Il s'étend de la section Yushima de Bunkyō à la section Kanda de Chiyoda. Ocha-no-mizu signifie « eau du thé. » Pendant la période Edo, l'eau pour préparer le thé du Shogun était extraite de la rivière Kanda qui traverse le quartier.
  • 오차노미즈(일본어: 御茶ノ水 (おちゃのみず))는 일본 도쿄 도 분쿄 구 유시마에서 지요다 구 간다에 이르기까지 간다스루가다이를 중심으로 한 일대의 지명이다.
  • Ochanomizu (御茶ノ水) is a neighborhood in Tokyo, Japan. It extends from the Yushima section of Bunkyo-ku to the Kanda section of Chiyoda-ku. Meiji University, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, and Juntendo University all have main campuses in the area. Ochanomizu Station on the Chūō Line is the transport hub of the district. Prior to the Great Kantō earthquake, Ochanomizu University was also there; after the earthquake, it moved to its present location in the Ōtsuka neighborhood of Bunkyo-ku. Ochanomizu is also the location of the Holy Resurrection Cathedral (Nicholai-dō).Ochanomizu is famous for its many musical instrument stores, as well as ski and snowboard shops located a short walk from the station; it is known as the "go-to" district for bargain-conscious musicians and sportsmen.Ocha-no-mizu literally means "tea water", after the nearby Kanda River from which water was extracted to make the shogun's tea during the Edo period.Ochanomizu Station (both JR and Marunouchi lines) is convenient to access Yushima Seidō, Yushima Tenjin, and Kanda Myōjin.
  • 御茶ノ水(おちゃのみず)は、東京都文京区湯島から千代田区神田に至る、千代田区神田駿河台を中心とした一帯の地名(通称)。
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  • Ochanomizu (japonais : 御茶ノ水) est un quartier de Tokyo, Japon. Il s'étend de la section Yushima de Bunkyō à la section Kanda de Chiyoda. Ocha-no-mizu signifie « eau du thé. » Pendant la période Edo, l'eau pour préparer le thé du Shogun était extraite de la rivière Kanda qui traverse le quartier.
  • 오차노미즈(일본어: 御茶ノ水 (おちゃのみず))는 일본 도쿄 도 분쿄 구 유시마에서 지요다 구 간다에 이르기까지 간다스루가다이를 중심으로 한 일대의 지명이다.
  • 御茶ノ水(おちゃのみず)は、東京都文京区湯島から千代田区神田に至る、千代田区神田駿河台を中心とした一帯の地名(通称)。
  • Ochanomizu (御茶ノ水) is a neighborhood in Tokyo, Japan. It extends from the Yushima section of Bunkyo-ku to the Kanda section of Chiyoda-ku. Meiji University, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, and Juntendo University all have main campuses in the area. Ochanomizu Station on the Chūō Line is the transport hub of the district. Prior to the Great Kantō earthquake, Ochanomizu University was also there; after the earthquake, it moved to its present location in the Ōtsuka neighborhood of Bunkyo-ku.
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