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Kagurazaka will never get tired of walking, such as shrines, cafes, general stores, and fashionable commercial facilities. Despite being in a big city called Shinjuku, if you enter one narrow alley, you will still have the features of the Edo period.
Fashionable shopping and dining district along a sloping street in Tokyo.Bariety of French cafes and restaurants can be found throughout the district. Access: Nippori stn(Yamanote line)--Akihabara stn(Chuo-Sobu local line)--Iidabashi stn.
Kagurazaka (神楽坂) is a neighbourhood in Tokyo, northwest of Iidabashi Station. It has a shopping street at its center, lined by numerous cafés and restaurants. It is served by Tokyo Metro Tozai Line and Toei Oedo Line.
Kagurazaka (神楽坂) is a fashionable shopping and dining district along a sloping street in Tokyo near Iidabashi Station. During the Edo Period, Kagurazaka was located just outside the outer moat of Edo Castle and gained prominence as an entertainment district with numerous geisha houses and…
“One of the landmarks in Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku Sumitomo Building houses the HQ of Sumitomo and a variety of "sky" restaurants in it's 49th floor. Check out Banya Restaurant for good Japanese dishes!”
““Great experience, tasty food and authentic atmosphere” Plenty of small counter shops selling Yakitori and other grilled foods.”
“My recommend is Matcha Bavaroise, which was featured on the show. It was very delicious, just as I had expected. The dollop of cream on top was a nice addition. It was sweat and heavy, and went well with the dish, along with the red bean paste.”