Nakameguro & Daikanyama

Tansu-ya (Kimono shop)

Green Scape (Bonsai shop)

Starbucks Resesrve Roastery

Nakameguro is Tokyo's trendy neighborhood and well known for cherry blossoms along the Meguro River in spring. The river is a photogenic landscape when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom.

Many couples enjoy strolling along the river all the year round.

It is home to eateries, shops and cafes like Starbucks Roastery. You can find some unique shops in this area.


"Kapuri" along the Meguro river

If you walk along the river from Nakameguro station towards Ikejiri Ohashi, you'll find Starbucks Reserve Roastery on your left. Have a break here!

If you plan to visit Nakameguro and Daikanyama, please start from Daikanyama on the hill side.

Daikanyama

Located just a 15-minute walk from Shibuya Crossing, Daikanyama is home to high-end fashion boutiques and trendy eateries. Daikanyama is Tokyo's uptown neighborhood and a perfect weekend destination for young couples.

Here're some spots you shouldn't miss!

SNS at the Log Road

T-Site

T-Site is a literary complex featuring a wide variety of art and culture.

The site was a former residence of Tokugawa Shogun family during the Edo period.


Three building wings connect together along Magazine Street which cuts through the middle at ground level. From this six book departments branch out by category. T-Site is more than just a bookstore. You will find books, movies, music and Anjin Library & Lounge, stationery and even travel desk. Starbucks Coffee on the ground floor.


16-15 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Old Asakura House

The former residence of the Asakura Torajiro who served as Chairman pf Tokyo Prefectural Assembly. The house, an Important Cultural Asset, is open to public as a museum preserving the elegant old Japanese house in the early 20th century. The house survived the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923 and WWII and unusually well preserved as an example of the traditional architecture. You can walk in the beautiful garden with stepping stones and some stone decorations.

29-20 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


Hillside Terrace

This is a remarkable urban architecture designed by Fumihiko Maki in 1967. It houses museums, stores, gallery and the Danish embassy.


18-8 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

SHOPS:

  • The Log Road

  • Yamada Heiando - Japanese lacquer ware

  • Mina perhonen - Hillside Terrace G 1st floor, 18-12 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo


Little Bonsai Shop