Dōgenzaka, named for a 13th-century highway robber, is a maze of narrow streets. Home to one of Tokyo's largest clusters of love hotels...
Bunkamura means ‘culture village’, and this was Japan’s first cross-cultural centre. Productions at Theatre Cocoon swing between...
Toguri Museum of Art
The Toguri Museum of Art has an excellent collection of Edo-era ceramics, displayed in informative, thematic exhibitions. It’s a 1km...
A longtime (in club years, at least) fixture on the Tokyo scene, Womb gets a lot of big name international DJs playing mostly house and...
Matsukiya has been making sukiyaki (thinly sliced beef, simmered and then dipped in raw egg) since 1890 and they really, really know...
23-7 Maruyama-chō · interesting places nearby
Kaikaiya is one chef's attempt to bring the beach to Shibuya. Most everything on the menu is caught in nearby Sagami Bay and the superfresh seafood is served both Japanese and Western-style. One must try maguro no kama (tuna collar). Kaikaya is a boisterous, popular place; reservations are recommended.
From Dōgenzaka, turn right after the police box and the restaurant, with a red awning, will be on your right.