Ikebukuro Earthquake Hall (Ikebukuro Bōsai-kan)
Quick: what should you do in case of an earthquak? What if your house is on fire? This facility operated by the Tokyo Fire Department...
A complex of four buildings east of the station, Sunshine City is visited by shoppers and for Namco Namjatown . The main activities are...
Though Ikebukuro once boasted the world's largest department store, tallest building and longest escalator, these former glories have...
Sasashū is a highly respected sake specialist maintaining a dignified old facade amid west Ikebukuro's strip joints. If you lack...
Udon goes international at this spiffy little white-walled cafe. Creative young chefs make the noodles right there and put them in so ...
1-1-25 Nishi-ikebukuro · interesting places nearby
Although most of Tokyo's depāto are located in and around Ginza, you'll find a few shopping behemoths in Ikebukuro, including Tobu. In general, the prices here are noticeably lower than in Ginza since the real estate is cheaper. Tobu's worth a visit for its vast basement depachika , boasting the cheapest sashimi in town (come at 7pm when prices are halved).