Explore retain the atmosphere of old Tokyo in narrow traditional street!.

While walking on the cobblestone streets of Kagurazaka, we will visit traditional shops that have been around since the Edo period, as well as old shrines and temples. Please enjoy the charm of Kagurazaka to the fullest.

This small, stylish neighborhood close to Shinjuku was once a lively geisha district in Edo era. Now, with its cobbled streets, chic shopping, French schools and French restaurants, Kagurazaka is better known as Tokyo’s “Little Paris.” Stroll the quiet backstreets and you’ll still find signs of the area’s geisha heritage: elegant traditional ryotei restaurants and kimono stores are flanked by modern Michelin-starred establishments and minimalist galleries. If you’re lucky, you may see some of the few remaining geisha going to their appointments. Kagurazaka is now a relaxing place where you can explore the mix of shrines, cafes and fashionable new stores, as cats sun themselves in quiet corners.

The city is a place where old and new coexist, including ancient temples and modern shrines, making it fun to stroll through the maze-like alleyways.

Our knowledgeable local Guide Interpreters will take you on a comfortable and informative journey, allowing you to experience fully enjoy the charm Kagurazaka like a local. Discover the best spots for shopping, dining, and nightlife! Please join us.


Tour Spots Information

Tokyo Daijingu

This shrine was built in Tokyo during the Meiji period as a place of worship for Ise Grand Shrine. It is also known as a shrine that brings blessings for marriage and is visited by many people wishing for a good match.

kagurazaka shopping street

Kagurazaka is home to many long-established and new shops and restaurants. The alleys are like an intricate labyrinth, designed to hide people secretly coming to the downtown area during the Edo period.

Cozy Street Kagurazaka
Japanese Cafe
Standing Bar
Public Bath
New confection store

Akagi Shrine

Akagi shrine designed by Kuma Kengo who is the famous architect. The modern shrine has an Italian cafe inside.

Akagi Shrine

Our guide will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel or any preferred place, allowing you to relax and enjoy yourself like a local without the stress of complicated public transport.
Your departure time and course contents will be arranged to suit your schedule.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with us by inquiry form.