Kagurazaka is old geisha quarter that’s worth a visit more for an atmospheric stroll than for any particular sights. Its quaint...
Akagi-jinja, Kagurazaka’s signature shrine, looks nothing like the traditional ones you’ve encountered around the city. In 2010 the...
Mizuma Art Gallery
Run by longtime Tokyo art-world figure Sueo Mizuma, Mizuma Art Gallery represents some of Japan's more successful contemporary artists...
This old house, almost completely covered in ivy, is a favourite local hang-out. Seating is on floor cushions; warm, squishy manjū ...
Along the languid moat that forms the edge of Kitanomaru-kōen, this is one of Tokyo’s best alfresco dining spots. The restaurant serves...
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Le Bretagne information
This French-owned cafe, hidden on a cobblestone lane in Kagurazaka, is credited with starting the Japanese rage for crêpes. Savoury buckwheat galettes are made with ham and cheese imported from France; the sweet ones – served with the likes of caramelised butter, apple compote and ice cream – are divine.