Hara Museum of Contemporary Art
Housed in a Bauhaus-style mansion from the 1930s, this museum is one of Tokyo’s more adventurous. In addition to cutting-edge...
Follow the steps up to find the tombs of the famous 47 rōnin – soldiers without a samurai – who followed their master Ako to death...
Glide through the exhibition space in borrowed slippers while perusing earthenware dedicated to the elaborate yet austere tea ceremony....
A bit of a ramble, a bit of a gamble (if you don’t speak Japanese), Shinatatsu is a collection of seven rāmen shops and five donburi ...
2-18-1 Shinagawa · interesting places nearby
Tachikui (stand-and-eat) noodles are a longstanding (forgive the pun) Tokyo tradition, but tachikui sushi…well, that’s new. So is the way you order. Take a little plastic coin, each with the name of the fish in Japanese and English, from a rack on the counter, plunk it onto a small plate in front of you, and the itamae makes it. Genius. The atmosphere: utilitarian and immaculate. It’s in the corridor as you exit Shinagawa Station.