As a cultural epicenter in Shinkuku, Tokyo, Kagurazaka boasts tasteful, maze-like stone paths with numerous ryotei (traditional Japanese restaurants) and other restaurants standing side by side.

In the Edo period, Kagurazaka was just outside the outer moat of the Edo Castle, and there was a row of samurai residences in the district. Also having prospered as an entertainment district, the town retains something of the good old days, a special place that has been favored by great writers and politicians.

In the hope of creating a new culture of Tokyo at an intersection of tradition and future, it was natural for us to choose the site for TOKYO SALON in Kagurazaka.




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