Nakameguro Koukashita

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(nakameguro koukashita)

Nakameguro Koukashita is a popular commercial complex in Tokyo, Japan, which was opened to the public in November 2016. The shopping strip is located below the railway tracks in Nakameguro, stretching over a length of 700 meters and extending from the Meguro River to Yamate-dori in the direction of Yutenji.

The complex comprises 28 different businesses, each with its own unique personality, making it a diverse and exciting place to explore. Some of the popular establishments include Pavilion, a wine and kiln-grilled food specialist; Tsutaya Books, a renowned bookstore chain with a café; City Bakery, a New York-based bakery that recently opened its newest Tokyo outpost, and Niwakaya Chosuke, an udon izakaya from Kyushu.

Pavilion, one of the notable businesses in Nakameguro Koukashita, is known for its extensive wine selection and kiln-grilled food. The restaurant has a warm and cozy atmosphere, making it a perfect place for a romantic dinner or a night out with friends.

Another prominent establishment in the complex is Tsutaya Books, which offers an impressive collection of books, CDs, and DVDs. Visitors can browse through the latest releases or enjoy a cup of coffee in the café while reading their favorite book.

City Bakery is another popular spot in Nakameguro Koukashita, serving freshly baked pastries, bread, and other baked goods. The bakery has a cozy and inviting atmosphere, with plenty of seating available for customers to enjoy their food and drinks.

Niwakaya Chosuke, an udon izakaya from Kyushu, is a must-visit for those looking for an authentic Japanese dining experience. The restaurant serves delicious udon noodles and other Japanese dishes, with a wide selection of drinks to complement the food.

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