Sangenjaya is an area within the Setagaya district in Tokyo. The name Sangenjaya means "three tea houses", but the locals often refer to it simply as 'Sancha'. The neighbourhood is littered with chic cafes and bustling izakayas. It is also known for its 27-storey high Carrot Tower building, the Setagaya Line tram, and for being the inspiration for various settings in the game Persona 5.
Located right next to the vast Shinjuku Central Park, THE KNOT TOKYO Shinjuku is a modern boutique hotel with convenient access to nearby Shinjuku Station..
Dai-ichi Hotel Tokyo Seafort is part of the Hankyu-Hanshin luxury hotels group. Since 1938, this luxury hotel has been opening its doors to guests who..
Close to Tokyo's lively Shibuya district, the b hotel in Sangenjaya is a comfortable, modern and reasonably priced hotel
Located right outside Meguro Station, this is a restaurant where you can eat the fish you catch yourself in one of the two tanks. Serves all kinds of..
The highball is a popular drink for both men and women. The diverse selection of highballs at this specialized bar will make your night magical.
Enjoy some yakiniku meat at this popular Japanese BBQ restaurant. The limited "Hamideru Kalbi" (Japanese black beef rib), comes recommended by regulars...
Komazawa Olympic Park located on land in both Meguro and Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan, is a sports facility that was constructed for the 1964 Summer Olympics...
Gotokuji Temple is an Edo-period Buddhist temple that's referred to as the birthplace of the maneki neko. Located in Setagaya, Tokyo, Gotokuji temple..
Shibuya Fukuras is an 18-story multi-purpose building filled with a wide array of interesting and useful spaces to anyone visiting the Shibuya district...