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  • Daikanyama Guide by Craig Mod

    Daikanyama / Nakameguro / Ebisu: Writer and designer Craig Mod has spent over a decade in Tokyo. He shares with us some of his favorite spots.

    • Jan 2015
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  • Cafe Facon


    Some of the best coffee in Tokyo. Roast their own beans. Amazing selection. Great omelet sandwiches. Excellent cake.



    One of the rare open-before-8am breakfast spots in the city. Dinner is less impressive but their morning tortilla / egg / salsa concoction is quite spectacular

  • King George


    Best sandwiches in Tokyo. Huge. Hearty. Spectacular, thick, slices of bread. Also great coffee and Hitachino craft beer.

  • Bar Martha


    Massively long bar counter. Endless whiskeys. Walls covered in records. Best stereo / sound setup in the city. Just remember: keep your voice low.

  • Annon Cook (アンノンクック)


    As a non-meat eater I relish the often rare, well-done veggie friendly spots. If you’re a man, however, be forewarned: You will be lunching with girls

  • Saigoyama Park (西郷山公園)


    Secret park perched above Nakameguro. The real secret is the tiny street just along side — stroll down until you hit 246; the cliffside mansions are a treat.

  • Denny's (デニーズ 南平台店)


    Denny’s — 24 Hour People Watching Spot — Work late. Order little. Watch the night folks do whatever it is night folks do


    Men's Store

    Sturdy, well made, simple clothes, inspired by mountaineering and WWI. The Army Gym is Nigel Cabourn’s only flagship international outpost.

  • 旧朝倉家住宅


    Asakura House. A supposedly beautifully preserved home / museum in Daikanyama. Embarrassingly, despite living five minutes walk away, I’ve yet to visit.