Open on 22 November 2016
Nakameguro, located close to the fashionable and upscale Daikanyama, is a trendy neighbourhood with stylish interior shops and clothing stores, as well as plenty of popular cafes and restaurants (and not to forget, ramen noodle shops). The path along the Meguro River is one of the best-known cherry blossom spots in Tokyo, pleasant for walking, shopping and dining.
This November, the culinary reference of “Nakame” (the shortened appellation of Nakameguro) gets a makeover. The space underneath the raised railway tracks at Nakameguro station will be opened to the public. A mall-like space redeveloped along a stretch of 700 m will be filled with some 25 cafes, bars and restaurants.
There, for instance, you can read a book leisurely over a cup of coffee at Tsutaya Bookstore. Have a bowl of nutritious soup at Soup Stock Tokyo. Try an amazing pretzel croissant from the City Bakery (New York). And savour a delicious “pain perdu” at Loncafe Stand Nakameguro.
For the curious mind, the place is also full of great bistros to sample Japanese specialties and sakes in a casual manner, such as: Samon (specialized in chicken-stock “oden”, a kind of Japanese pot au feu), Niwakaya Chosuke (udon noodles bistro), Shin (teppanyaki grill and standing bar), Isomatsu (sushi), Nodoguroya Kakiemon (oyster, Nodoguro fish Helicolenus hilgendorfi and sake), Buso (ramen noodles) and Sato (robata grill and sake bar).
Spanish, French, Italian, Korean and other Asian diners will complete the list of restaurants sharing the roof.
Cafés & restaurants
Japanese specialities & sake
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