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  • Musashino Guide by Johnny

    Musashino Area // Johnny is the founder and editor of Spoon & Tamago. He share's his favorite spots in Tokyo's Musashino suburb where he grew up.

    • Apr 2015
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  • 武蔵野プレイス


    Community Center

    Musashino Place functions primarily as a library but it also has a cafe that serves a great breakfast. It was designed by kw+hg architects.

  • Inokashira Park (井の頭恩賜公園)



    Row-boating in the lake and a zoo that's better than you'd expect. Also, if you're going to the Ghibli Museum (#6) walk through this park to get there.

  • Harmonica Yokocyo (ハモニカ横丁)



    Just steps from Kichijoji is Harmony Yokocho, a retro-style stretch of tiny shops, eateries and bars. Those with the courage to explore will be rewarded.

  • バスラーメン



    Bus Ramen started off as a mobile mini-truck, offering warm bowls of ramen as they traveled around the city. 30 years later they're still at it.

  • Jindai-ji Temple (深大寺)


    Buddhist Temple

    The Jindaiji Temple / botanical gardens can get a bit crowded at times but a must-see, especially if you're a Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro fan. Also, best.soba.ever.

  • 小金井公園 (Koganei Park)



    Cherry blossoms in the One of the best parks in Tokyo. Cherry blossoms in Spring and grass sledding in Summer. Don't miss the outdoor architecture museum.

  • Ghibli Museum (三鷹の森ジブリ美術館)


    Art Museum

    If you're a fan of Hayao Miyazaki's movies the Ghibli Museum will satisfy kids and adults alike. Very well done.

  • 飯゜駄


    Sake Bar

    Outside Panda is a small paper panda lantern. Next to it is a door the same size. You have to practically get on all fours to enter. But you'll be glad you did.

  • 明日があるさ



    Hands-down the best ramen joint in the neighborhood. The owners are an adorable huband-and-wife from Hokkaido. It doesn't open till the sun starts to set.

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