San Francisco, CA

Japantown

Buy:
$3.75M+
For Sale on Trulia:
1 home
Rent:
$2.08K - $6.71K
For Rent on Trulia:
15 homes
To Downtown San Francisco:
11 minutes
5 Schools:
Rated 4/10 - 8/10

Explore the Area

What Locals Say

At least 11 Trulia users voted on each feature.
95%
It's walkable to grocery stores
91%
It's dog friendly
90%
There are sidewalks
82%
It's walkable to restaurants
80%
People would walk alone at night
66%
Streets are well-lit
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 3mo ago
"Centrally located with excellent public transportation option and everything you need in life is within walking distance. "
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Trulia User
  • Resident
  • 7mo ago
"I walk thirty minutes to financial district and love it! I breeze through Bush because there are a lot of ups and downs on Pine Street, and often I can find jump bikes in the area to help get to work. the bus lines 2&3 are good to go straight to the financial district, or I can take the 38 rapid and get to work quickly. "
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Safety and Crime

Japantown crime
Lowest
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Highest
Data provided by SpotCrime.com and CrimeReports.com. Learn more.

What Locals Say About Safety

At least 11 Trulia users voted on each feature.
90%
There are sidewalks
80%
People would walk alone at night
66%
Streets are well-lit
Learn more about our methodology.

Schools

Parks (Rosa) Elementary School
  • K-5
  • PUBLIC
  • 476 Students
San Francisco Unified School District
4/10
GreatSchools Rating
Parent Rating Average
There hasn't been a review posted for Rosa Parks a while, so I figured I'd write a long one. My son has been at Rosa Parks for three years now, and I am getting ready to to send my daughter to kindergarten there. We've tried both the Gen Ed (now with a science/technology focus!) and Japanese programs and are very happy with teachers and school culture in both. The ongoing struggle, as seen in the numbers above, is closing the gap in outcomes between kids from high-income and low-income families. My 2¢ as a parent who has watched two principals and teachers in two programs across three grades, is that the school community as a whole is committed to helping not just kids but families through the big changes shaking up neighborhoods: rising rents, evictions, and the departure of many middle-class families who just can't afford the city anymore. The good news is that Rosa Parks has a lot of energetic and engaged parents from all walks of life, and remains deeply connected to both Japanese-American and African-American civil rights movements. Yes, there are two programs, but the school feels unified. The entire school starts the day together in physical activity (alternating Japanese calisthetics and the Cha-Cha Slide), then kids get mixed into combined small groups for reading practice. All the kids spend lots of time with a garden teacher, with the plants and chickens as the basis for science lessons and weekly salad lunches. All the kids see performances at nearby Civic Center arts organizations. All the kids do engineering and science projects in the new hands-on learning studio. (As an aside, the school has a partnership with Boys and Girls Club, which means that my son spends his afternoons getting music lessons and homework help at the clubhouse on Fulton and Gough -- it's the best deal in SF.) Rosa Parks is, as other parents have said, a hidden gem in the heart of San Francisco.
Parent Review
1y ago
156 Reviews
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