Chill with a local guide in Nakameguro, a hidden cozy area

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Nakameguro is cozy, quiet and chilling place in Tokyo. It is adored by local Japanese people although not known well by foreign tourists.

Your local guide Shumi will take you to shops, restaurants and cafes alongside Meguro River.

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  • Meeting up at Nakameguro Station (5 minutes away from Shibuya by train)
  • Have lunch and shop around in Nakameguro
  • You do not need a map at all! Your guide knows the best places around

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Nakameguro Station

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Meet your host :
  • 日本語 (Fluent)
  • English (Intermediate)

Hi there,

I'm Shumi, a Japanese guy who speaks Japanese and English.
I had lived in Vancouver, Canada and Copenhagen, Denmark for one year each.

I love traveling, playing football, eating, and drinking. I'm happy to meet new people from outside of Japan and would love to take you to deep local areas around Tokyo, where is only local people know.

Also I would like to introduce amazing Japanese traditional cultures.
There are many beautiful traditional places in countryside of Japan, I can take you there.

I hope you will enjoy Tokyo, Japan.
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Review (1)

  • Adelola Adelola

    A delightful walk through hip Nakameguro

    Shumi made my first day in Tokyo a delight and set the tone for the rest of my trip. Although it was raining on the day of my tour, I wanted to keep my appointment and he was able to accommodate my schedule. It turned out to be a lovely afternoon. I found him very easy to talk to and we discussed a variety of topics as we wound our way through Nakameguro. He was also kind enough to offer recommendations for the rest of my Tokyo trip. The highlight for me was ending it at a cozy tea house that I would've never found on my own. Would definitely recommend.