This Russian Orthodox cathedral, complete with a distinctive Byzantine-style architecture, was first built in 1891 under the supervision...
Tucked away amid the new Sola City development is this exhibition space occupying a relocated 1917 storehouse once used by the area's...
This sidegate to the San-no-maru (third compound) of the castle was used mainlly by maidservants.
Off an alley parallel to Yasukuni-dōri, this wonderfully retro cafe plays old tango tunes on the sound system and serves up blends such...
Kanda Yabu Soba
This venerable buckwheat noodle shop has had a total rebuild following a fire in 2013. When you walk in, staff singing out the orders is...
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You really could lose yourself for hours in this splendid, musty old bookshop that specialises in ukiyo-e (woodblock prints) as well as antique maps. The staff are very friendly and can help you with whatever you’re looking for.