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It is already 2019 and I can't count the number of runs or walks I have done along Meguro River, from one end to the other, on both sides, through Nakameguro, past its fashion shops, in its eateries, in view of the cherry blossoms or...More
Nice place to visit in Autumn and during Sakura time for tourists but it is also very nice place during the summer as well. Options to eat are also good e.g. small restaurant named Shapla India is good place to eat Indian curries.
During Spring season this river takes everyone's attention because of its beautiful Cherry Blossom trees.
During Autumn it quietly flows down and so clean water.
During Summer its a place to rest and relax with loved ones.
During Winter it becomes cold and freezing.
The Meguro River sakura viewing is special because the flowers are lined along both sides of the river. The nearest subway station is Nakameguro station, not Meguro station. A short walk (just follow the crowd) will take you to the river and you will be...More
It was a true beauty viewing the Sakura at night along Meguro River. I was shared with a friend who has visited this place that makes me want to visit when I was there on a business trip + personal visit. My first time going...More
When we arrived Tokyo, we were able to catch the last few days of the cherry blossoms. The sides of the river were crowded with locals who wanted to enjoy the flowers too. Cherry blossoms line the river and lanterns light it up at night....More
We went to Meguro River at the height of cherry blossom season (1st week in April). We got there early (8:30am) and it was not that crowded. There is a subway stop that is only a couple of blocks away. It's a great walk –...More
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.
Cherry blossoms and pocket money in Tokyo (9 Replies)
1) I'm visiting Tokyo March 31st to April 2nd, will I be able to see full bloomed cherry trees at their best? 2) Pocket money of 30,000 JPY for 2 and a half days. Visiting Shibuya crossing, Meguro River, Chidorigafuchi, Akihabara, Sensoji Temple, Harajuku, etc.
March 27, 2017|
1) I thought of looking up synonyms for "maybe", "probably", and "perhaps" on thesaurus. But instead, I've decided to say yes (without much commitment). 2) You are recommended also to visit Shinjuku Gyoen for cherry blossom.
Please help! 3-day itinerary trip in Tokyo for the Sakura (2 Replies)
Will I be able to visit these places in just 3 days? The Imperial Palace, Ginza District, Asakusa and the Senso-ji Temple, Ueno Park and Zoo, Tokyo National Museum, Meiji Shrine, Meguro River, Yoyogi Park, Shinjuku Gyoen and Shibuya Crossing I'm staying at Kitashinjuku, Shinjuku
January 21, 2017|
Meguro River (2 Replies)
Hi, will be in tokyo april 13. Are there any cherry blossom left? Can we still see flowers in Meguro or Sumida River? Any place you can recommend for cherry blossoms in tokyo?
April 09, 2018|
Unfortunately, no. You are three weeks behind for that (two weeks late in the usual year but this year started one week early). For cherry blossom this late, the Tohoku Region is recommended, but many southern locations are now at peak or past peak. Around 14th April if 2018, Inland Aizu Wakamatsu might be recommended.