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Backpacking or travelling solo can be fun, but it can be lonely at times. If you're visiting Japan on your own and feeling lonely, making a visit to a cat cafe may swipe away your loneliness! This article will introduce several cat cafes in Tokyo!
Shiawase means happy in Japanese. So the restaurant's name translate literally into "A Happy Pancake". It has released a Halloween Special pancake dish where you can still be happy during the spooky season leading up to Halloween. Fall ingredients are used for this delicious limited time item!
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!
This is a real thrill to visit if you are an anime fan! Ghibli Museum is dedicatied to exhibiting the art and technique of its animated movies. It is an extremely popular tourist spot in Mitaka. Even if you are not an anime fan, the universally recognized artistic merit of Studio Ghibli's animations definitely makes it worth going! Here is more on the museum.
Cafe Rigoletto is one of the most popular restaurants for pizza in Kichijoji. The atmosphere is nice and relaxed, the food is great and the prices are reasonable for the quality you get. No wonder people rave about this place. Read on to find out more about Cafe Rigoletto.
Hakata udon restaurant in Kichijoji serving tempura, meat, and udon bowls with a super rich broth and soft noodles.
Walking around Kichijoji and wondering what to eat? How about some sushi? You never go wrong with sushi in Japan! And Kichijoji has a good many great choices from cheap sushi-train sushi bars to high-end restaurants. Here are five selected places you should try!
Craft Beer Market is a well-liked tavern that has a couple of branches across Tokyo. Kichijoji has a popular address that is located just a stone throw away from the station. If you happen to be there, the place is definitely worth checking out!