Nakameguro is mostly defined by the Meguro River who gives this part of the city a cool funky vibe. The area attracts a very hip crowd of young artists, designers and musicians. It’s as cool as its fashionable cousin “Daikanayama” but less crowded, except during “Sakura” (Cherry blossom) season.
The Meguro River is lined not only by Sakura trees but also by countless cool cafes, boutiques, restaurants. My suggestion? Linger along the riversides and a bit more around the narrow streets and let Nakameguro surprises you.
Here’s my photo diary. Enjoy it!
How to get to Nakameguro? Nakameguro Station is served by the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line (train) and the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line (subway).
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