Updated: November 07, 2018
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Sendagi Area Guide, 3 Spots You Shouldn't Miss

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Sendagi is a residential area in old Tokyo that is one of the most charming and quaint in the city. Here are some places of interest in Sendagi.

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Sendagi

Sendagi is an ancient residential area of Tokyo that is within the Bunkyo ward. It is located just to the east of the Yanaka area best known for the famous Yanaka Ginza shopping street. Sendagi is part of a larger area known as "Yanesen", which encompasses the neighboring districts of Nezu and Yanaka. Yanesen has been growing in popularity in recent years because of its old-fashion authentic charm. Here are some good spots to visit when you are in the Sendagi area.

Sudo Park 須藤公園

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Sudo Park is a little gem in Sendagi. Its origin dates back to the Edo Era when it was the property of the Kaga feudal domain. It was made into a public area in 1933 and was recently revitalized through major construction that ended in 2018. The parks major feature is its pond with koi fish in it and its small waterfalls.
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Address: 3 Chome-4 Sendagi, Bunkyō, Tokyo
Open 24 hours

The Former Kusuo Yasuda Residence 旧安田楠雄邸庭園

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The Kusuo Yasuda Residence was constructed during the Taisho Era, in 1919, and belonged to an aristocratic family. A rare example of its kind, the house was converted into a museum of sorts in 1996 when it was donated to the Japan National Trust by the eldest son of the Yasuda family. Every room of the house is open to the public. The furniture, decorations, and architecture are beautiful blends of traditional Japanese and European design. The house exemplifies the westernization of Japan during the Taisho Era.
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Address: 5-20-18 Sendagi, Bunkyō, Tokyo
Open: Saturday and Wednesday
Hours: 10:30AM-4PM

Curry Udon At Sendagi Udon Shioman

Shioman is a small udon restaurant that is very popular with the locals. The signature dish is their pork curry udon (¥920) made from 20 different spices. They also have some popular tsukemen (dipping noodles) and curry types that contain lots of veggies as toppings. If you're looking for a cheap, hearty meal in a restaurant with a local vibe, you should definitely make Shioman part of your itinerary.
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