The shop name means 'thank you' in Finnish, and you'll sure be thankful for setting foot inside this cute Kagurazaka café, decorated with antique furnitu
This historical Kagurazaka shrine was completely renewed in 2010 under the direction of renowned architect Kengo Kuma, resulting in an impressive, modern versio
With a large glass door and white walls, Kagurazaka's Frasco looks exactly like a stereotypical hip Tokyo gallery, but is actually far more relaxed than its app
Sada | Shopping in Kagurazaka, Tokyo
There aren't many shops in Tokyo dedicated entirely to crispy okoshi rice snacks, but Karyo is one of them.
Baikatei has been satisying the sweet cravings of Kagurazaka residents since 1935 and is still going strong with its orthodox, additive-free wagashi, made with
Opened in October this new Kagurazaka landmark plays a handful of different roles, including those of street fashion heaven, bookstore and café.