Nakameguro is a popular tour spot for tourists during spring season. The thing makes here famous is sakura, which can be translated in cherry blossoms in English. There is a river called Meguro River in this area and every spring about 800 cherry blossom trees surround here, which covers more than 2 kilometers in total. There is an annual event of making these trees get illuminated beautifully.
However, cherry blossom is not the only thing about Nakameguro. Nakameguro is a popular residential area for Japanese people due to its peaceful and convenient environment. There are a lot of cafes and boutiques which satisfy people’s demand of high-end lifestyle. Yes, here is a place for people who can afford upper class lifestyle. In addition to this, it is hard to find hotels or hostels since here is mainly considered as residential area. But I never said there’s nothing you can enjoy other than walking under cherry blossom trees. In this article, we will look for shops in Nakameguro.
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This fascinating high-end district in Tokyo offers fabulous shopping opportunities and fancy restaurants to you. If you could have a lot of fun at upmarket fashion shops and fine dining restaurants, it’s time to enjoy attractions. Some of you may not be really interested in shopping so you might think you don’t have to visit Ginza. However, there still are a lot of things you can enjoy in Ginza except going for shopping and dining.
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If you are planning to visit Japan, you may have heard of this area at least one time. Ginza! The most expensive area in Tokyo! Ginza is definitely high-end shopping district in Japan. This area is full of department stores and high-end international brands. Just having a cup of coffee will cost JPY 800~1,000. If you need a piece of cake with coffee at a fancy cafe, well, you will have to pay at least JPY 2,000~3,000. (Of course there are places where you can have coffee with reasonable price as well.)
(1) Mitsukoshi Department Store
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