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All reviews vintage shops laid back cat cafe clothes stores wander around cafes and bars nice change cool shops nice area small theaters the main street live here big city train station minute walk hipster hand
A few stops out from Shinjuku, this area has narrow streets, packed with alternative shops, cafes and bars. Quite a cool place to visit by day or night. Several very tiny bars (less then 10 persons capacity) by the railway line.
This place is really nice, if you want to see a different view of Tokyo, not only the stereotypical quarters like Shibuya, Shinjuku or Akihabara (although they are interesting too). You can find cozy bars, small restaurants, second hand shops and more. Only little problem...More
A great vibe, total opposite of Shinjuku and Shibuya. Very laid back, super clean (like all of Tokyo). So many opp shops selling top quality vintage gear , some cheap , some not. It's so easy to get to from Shibuya, you'd be crazy to...More
Shimo-Kitazawa is my new favorite place in Tokyo! Only a few stops from Shibuya/Shinjuku via train, Shimo-Kitazawa has a lot of vintage shops, some bargain shops, and eateries. It’s so relaxing to just walk around see what they have. Would definitely recommend others to go...More
Shimokitazawa is only 1 stop from Shibuya on the Express train but it has a very different vibe - small streets, low buildings, lots of individual businesses rather than chains so it's great to spend time wandering around. Loads of great restaurants, cafes and bars....More
We started our Japanese journey exploring this neighbourhood. It's so gentle and hipster. Lots of good coffee and tapioca drinks. The streets are lined with op shops, and other specialty boutiques, but beware, the prices are comparable to brand new. I love it though, stores...More