With its bright and lively Italian decoration, this is where the Fuji TV Japanese drama Mischievous Kiss: Love in Tokyo chose to film. The most popular dish is its omurice (rice inside an omelette) – tourists who have tried it say it is so pretty they didn’t want to eat it. An English menu is available.
Transport Higashi-Ginza Station (one-minute walk from A1 exit)
This 700-metre path on the west side of the Imperial Palace is lined with approximately 260 cherry blossom trees – it’s almost like a cherry blossom tunnel! If you want to see Japan’s most famous tree in all its gorgeous splendour, then look no further...
1-1 Kitanomaru-koen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 102-0091
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