Yoyogi-Uehara Station is located in Shibuya Ward on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda and Odakyu Odawara Lines. The station is an interchange station between the two Lines and is also the terminus for the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line. Although Yoyogi-Uehara is a terminal station for the Chiyoda Line, the Odakyu Odawara Line continues to run on the tracks.

Yoyogi-Uehara is a quiet, residential area of Tokyo. It is connected to government offices and business areas by the Chiyoda Line of Yoyogi-Uehara Station. There are some stylish shops and a few good schools in the area.

Koga Masao Museum of Music

Koga Masao Museum of Music was originally the home of Koga Masao (1904-1978) a popular composer known for creating melodies that mixed Western music with traditional Japanese music. Today it is a museum that displays Koga Masao’s musical instruments besides his other personal belongings and memorabilia. Besides giving an overview of Masao’s life, the museum also displays materials of songwriters, composers, and singers who contributed to the development of Masao’s form of popular music. Visitors to the museum can also listen to music and sing in karaoke rooms. Various music courses are also offered. The Koga Masao Museum of Music is well worth a visit by all music lovers.

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