This station is named Shin-toyosu (‘New Toyosu’) due to the ongoing redevelopment project to create a new neighborhood.
The abacus was introduced to Japan from China in the late 16th century. This tool became extremely popular as various calculation methods were invented during the Edo period.
This pattern was widely used in merchant culture that flourished in the 18th-century Edo (Tokyo). Considered classy and favored by merchants, the pattern was broadly used on yukata (summer kimono), hanten (winter jacket), tenugui (hand towel) and other everyday items