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Kichijoji Parco

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Kichijoji Parco

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1-5-1 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino 180-0004 Tokyo Prefecture
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Tokyo's Private Night Food Tour & Hotspots
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Tokyo's Private Night Food Tour & Hotspots

Want to know how Toyko’s locals spend their evenings? Head out to the vibrant Kichioji neighborhood where tiny bars and gastropubs are everywhere you look. Watch the locals relax and unwind in a traditional Izakaya bar and enjoy delicous local drinks and snacks on this evening food tour. Kanpai!<br><br>Start your tasting experience in one of Kichioji’s tiny Izakaya bars where you’ll enjoy a local drink and snack. The vibe here is so cozy that you’ll get the feeling you are dining in someone’s home.<br><br>Follow your local host to a spot that’s famous for its Sukiayki soup, a one-pot dish made with boiled eggs, soy and stewed fishcakes. This local favorite also specalized in cocktails including orange yogurt and sake.<br><br>Swing by an Izakaya bar which has a 50s theme. With buzzing energy and friendly bartenders, this bar will be unlike anything you’ve experienced before. Pick a local drink to enjoy and pair it with Yakitori (fried cheese) and another snack of your choosing.
$144.91 per adult
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Lyn2012 wrote a review Sep 2018
Hobart, Australia39 contributions23 helpful votes
Try out the flea market for a taste of how the locals live. Even if you don’t buy anything you will get to mee5 a few locals. Most stalls sell second hand clothing not antiquities.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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SKP wrote a review Dec 2016
Bangkok, Thailand69 contributions21 helpful votes
I took Chuo line from Kokubunji to Kichijoji station. There are so many nice shops and cafe in the walking distance from the station. It would be a nice walk for tourists who wanna see local Japanese fashion. The same area also has Uniqlo, Tokyo and shopping street just like other business area in Japan. I am sure they have more attractions but I have no time to see all.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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