An original Italian restaurant tucked away in Oimachi. Whether you’re alone or in a group, the open-kitchen atmosphere is sure to brighten your day. The menu looks like typical Italian fare at first glance, but there are plenty of unusual options, such as the ‘red sea bream torroncino’ (1,600 yen), which features peperoncino with grated yam. It’s like a marriage made in heaven!
The oldest form of Japanese theatre, designated as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage
National Noh Theatre, 4-18-1 Sendagaya, Shibuya, Tokyo 151-0051
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