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If you’re looking for a cozy district in Tokyo, make sure to stop by Koenji. Easily accessible from Shinjuku, this place is a hub for vintage clothing, music of all genres, and unique bars. Looking for a friendly place to drink? You won’t regret a jaunt through Koenji’s narrow alleyways. They’re packed with tiny pubs
If you’re into the more indie, chill and laid-back vibes, Shimokitazawa will quickly become your go-to Tokyo neighbourhood. Only a few stops from both Shibuya and Shinjuku, Shimokita (as it’s known to its hipster acolytes) really has it all. With trendy cafes, cozy bars, vintage clothing shops, record stores, music venues, theatres and shisha cafes,
For chill, laid-back Tokyo vibes (and something a little bit off-the-beaten-track) stop by Nakano for a drink or two! Just five minutes from Shinjuku on the train, Nakano is famous for Nakano Broadway Street (中野ブロードウェイ) , where you can find anime and specialized character goods, along with tiny izakayas and old-fashioned Japanese gourmet food. Be
Historical but modern, Azabu Juban is the home for the best restaurants and bars in Tokyo. A beautiful residential area in the city, Azabu Juban is where the traditional meets international. With restaurants serving traditional Japanese foods such as soba noodles and donburis, Western cuisines and trendy cafes can be found anywhere in the area
It’s almost impossible to come to Japan and never explore the beauty of Asakusa. This place is the home of the most traditional Japanese architecture such as the iconic Kaminarimon gate and the Sensoji Temple. In the Nakamise streets packed with more than 50 tiny shops, you’ll find the perfect Japanese sweets and gifts that