Chalet Swiss Mini
This centuries-old shrine stands on a bluff from where you could once see Mt Fuji. The view appeared in the 100 Views of Edo woodblock...
This Shingon sect temple was known in the Edo period as Yuki-mi-dera – literally 'snow viewing temple' – because of its striking winter...
This temple is known for its gate with two fierce guardian statues that dates to the early 18th century.
Meaning 'pomegranate', Zakuro sits at the top of the hill near Yanaka Ginza and is run by a wonderfully eccentric expat owner, who...
3-3-12 Nishi-Nippori · interesting places nearby
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Nestled among the temples and shrines on a hill, this log house with small rooms upstairs serves fondue (cheese or meat), pasta, sandwich lunch sets, coffee, herbal tea and pastries. If you want chocolate fondue (per person ¥1800, minimum of two), call a few days in advance.