Sankaku Chitai


Restaurants & Cafés


Sangenjaya's 'triangle' features pubs lined up in a maze-like alley. The area's inability to keep up with the constant redevelopment going on makes for rather chaotic but charming surroundings. Patrons of all ages gather here and hang out at the selection of both new wave and old-fashioned shops, including yakitori joints, 'ethnic' stores and curry eateries. The alleys may be narrow and space at a premium, but stepping foot into this land that never sleeps opens up entirely new, unexpected sides of the city.


2 Sangenjaya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo

Transport Sangenjaya Station (Den-en-toshi line)


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Restaurants & Cafés near Sankaku Chitai


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