Last weekend I discovered a little slice of heaven in Tokyo: Nakameguro. A quiet, treelined canal dotted with shops and boutiques, cafés and bistros. We found a cafe along the canal, where we dined on potato wedges and cold beers as the sun dipped behind the rooftops and the crickets begged the evening on.

Not pictured: Canal (oops)

7 Responses to “Nakameguro”

  1. charlotte says:

    you’ve described it just as i imagined it. nakameguro was top of my list to visit and was one of the only places we didn’t get to. we wanted to stay at the claska hotel too but it was full – next time, next time..

  2. BF says:

    these are so good it aches a little to look at them. i especially like ‘dining’ and ‘growing’. really nice snapshots of the area.

  3. hannah says:

    yes please. i would like to come with.

  4. amisha says:

    je t’aime… my favorite. this is such a beautiful collection.

  5. claire says:

    such a dreamy slice of heaven.

  6. It looks lovely, I have bookmarked it for my trip over later in the year.

  7. chrissy says:

    these are just so beautiful. Nakameguro is on my destination list now.

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