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Kaguradzaka, Shinjuku 160-0022, Tokyo Prefecture
Yotsuya, Iidabashi
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Reviewed 3 days ago

An interpreting mix of French and Japanese, Kagurazaka has a lot to offer. Just stroll through its allies and discover for yourself!

Thank Yoshiland
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Kagurazaka is one of my favorite areas in Tokyo. There are really cute shops selling tea and local items and wonderful restaurants. I ate at a french inspired restaurant that was amazing!

Thank 318nicole
Reviewed 17 May 2018

kagurazaka is a bit further from the buzzing shinjuku and Shibuya, but close to kanda river and an old traditional eat an drink spot for the locals. nowadays it is a long street (from kagurazaka station to iidabashi station) of buzzing restaurants, bars and local...More

1  Thank hana d
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

We went to Kagurazaka on a friend’s recommendation and really enjoyed our evening there. We combined it with a late afternoon walk around the Koishikawa Korakuen Garden, which is about 10 minutes away on the other side of Iidabashi Station. We were amazed how many...More

1  Thank taitaihk
Reviewed 18 April 2018

This an old part of Tokyo with many temples and shrines hidden down back streets. You may need a guide for this tour as you can easily get lost.

2  Thank Lorna M
Reviewed 4 April 2018

Kagurazaka is a old town that the Samurai lived around the Edo castle. Until now there are some Geisha system at the expensive and traditional Japanese restaurant called "Ryotei". We can enjoy the Japanese traditional restaurant, off course. We also enjoy every kind of the...More

Thank fukinotou
Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

Walking through Kagurazaka and the homewares, fashion and curios store -La Kagu - was great retail therapy. It also has a very contemporary shrine. We also went to the National Arts Centre

1  Thank IzzyBella17
Reviewed 22 January 2018 via mobile

It has been several decades since Tokyo’s one of the oldest ryotei districts or traditional Japanese style high-end restaurants area started transforming the way to entertain visitors. Tokyo’a top French and Italian restaurants are gathering along witb every little passage besides the Main Street. They...More

Thank TravelingPainterMINA
Reviewed 2 January 2018

I have lived in Kagurazaka 14 years and never get tired of it.It is both residential and lively, depending how close you get to Kagurazaka slope itself, with its numerous shops and restaurants. There used to be geishas around but they are as rare as...More

1  Thank Vincent D
Reviewed 25 December 2017

Very interesting district to walk around. Plenty of good beautiful and stylish cafes and restaurants. Some local shops and crafts shops to see...we enjoy the atmosphere much while window shopping.

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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.
...More
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