Firstly, if you haven't been to Kichijoji, you should go as soon as possible! The place has everything: a huge park with a pond, bustling shopping streets and even and an old-style yoko-cho, or back alley street area, with lots of interesting Japanese taverns and restaurants. Kichijoji has its fare share of excellent yakitori restaurants. Yakitori generally refers to grilled chicken on skewers. Here are five places you should try while visiting Kichijoji town.
Mahika Mano is one of the first hammock-themed cafes in Tokyo. It is located in the beautiful town of Kichijoji. If you have some time to spare, you should definitely check it out. It's one of the most relaxing cafes you can imagine. Here is more on this little oasis of tranquility in Tokyo.
Harmonica Yokocho is not the type of place you would expect in fashionable Kichijoji. The contrast between the old-fashioned yokocho atmosphere and the rest of the city makes the Harmonica Yokocho alleys all the more interesting. A must go place if you visit Kichijoji!
Not sure where to start when you visit Kichijoji? This guide is for you. You'll find here the essential information on how to enjoy both the nature-side and the urban-side of this famous Tokyo neighbourhood. Kichijoji is an awesome place to live in or to visit!
Simply one of the top cake shops in Tokyo, a tes souhaits serves sublime French-style sweets. Located in Kichijoji.
Kichijoji is slightly on the outskirts of Tokyo and is often voted by Japanese people as the number one place to live. It has a huge park, tons of hip cafes and delicious restaurants. You definitely need to check out for yourself and try the delicious sweets here. Make sure to bring an appetite because there is SO much good food!