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Kagurazaka

Kaguradzaka, Shinjuku 160-0022, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 70-5562-4125
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Kaguradzaka, Shinjuku 160-0022, Tokyo Prefecture
Yotsuya / Iidabashi
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1 - 10 of 81 reviews

Reviewed July 12, 2017

Beautiful shops, cafes and bars in streets and alleyways lined (mostly) with old-style Japanese architecture, paving stones, and intimate restaurants. Great in mid-July with lanterns bejewelling the streets. Low key, very relaxing and pleasant place to walk, talk 'n eat.

Thank AntSydney
Reviewed May 28, 2017

I have been to Kagurazaka twice during my japan travel . various of restaurants shops and bars over there . I would suggest you to go during night time. very beautiful walkable streets with lights.

Thank LongXue S
Reviewed May 8, 2017

A recently gentrified area of Tokyo, no Geishas here now. Well worth a trip to see this area of bars, restaurants and really interesting shops. Roads are pedestriansed at certain times. A good place for a stroll and see the local people at leisure. Be...More

2  Thank gordonj258
Reviewed April 15, 2017

Kagurazaka is one of my favorite areas in Tokyo. It's low key and no major tourist attractions. But this area has so many great restaurants. It has the air of traditional Japanese life style.

1  Thank K T
Reviewed April 11, 2017

The main street, Kagurazaka-dori is lined with traditional Japanese stores selling wagashi (Japanese sweets), groceries, flowers, ceramics, clothing, kimono, furoshiki (wrapping cloth), stationery… If you wander into the narrow cobblestone back alleys, you’ll see beautiful geisha houses and tea houses. Of course, it has a...More

Thank ALangOntario
Reviewed April 8, 2017

Kagurazaka is off limit to the car traffic in the early afternoon hours which constitutes an invitation to stroll around, window shopping, delecting a japanese delicacy, exploring side streets. Kagurazaka has retained it s mxed Japanese and Frech flavours, you can dine on sashimi or...More

Thank seeyouin2011
Reviewed April 7, 2017

Such a great area - very different from other parts of Tokyo and has some fab cafes and restaurants. Makes for easy wandering around in comparison to central Tokyo so was a welcome break!

Thank CharlieTeam
Reviewed March 21, 2017 via mobile

We walked through the streets - a bit less crowded and has a dreamy feel with French music playing in the back ground. Not a baguette to be found mind you... so take French quarter with a grain of salt (unless we missed it!) but...More

1  Thank mkaz_12
Reviewed March 10, 2017

The neighborhood is technically in Shinjuku but it's really right at Iidabashi, next to the moat of the old Edo castle, and closer to the Imperial Palace than to what most people regard as "Shinjuku." There are many nice backstreets with old Edo- era building...More

Thank MunichEricJ
Reviewed March 7, 2017

Along and near this street there are: 1.Many restaurants 2. Narrow roads such as Hyogo Yokocho, Geisha small path etc 3. Zenkokuji temple a.k.a. Bishamonten 4. Site where a novelist Izumi Kyoka and a Poet Kitahara Hakushu lived on 4. Enshoji which is also the...More

1  Thank Keizo
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Yotsuya / Iidabashi
Yotsuya and Iidabashi are areas that developed around
the outer moat of the Imperial palace. Nearby in
Kagurazaka, there is an old red-light district with a
photogenic feel evocative of the ambiance of old
Tokyo. Narrow paths with stone paving remain to this
day, and there are long-standing restaurants with
geishas and quaint old cafes in townhouse buildings.
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