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What to Eat and Drink in Nakameguro

Famous for cherry blossom flowers exploding over the river every spring, Nakameguro is a small section of a city that is best visited in any season. This contemporary and stylish neighborhood features the best in design, shops, and restaurants. The area is easily walkable along the river, with plenty of nearby places to explore. Those looking for a break have a variety of options, from minimalist cafes to hidden whiskey joints or family-friendly sushi restaurants.

What to Eat and Drink in Nakameguro

CONTENTS

  • Artless Craft Tea & Coffee

  • Premarche Gelateria

  • Iroha Sushi

  • Baird Nakameguro Tap Room

  • Cabin

  • Artless Craft Tea & Coffee

    Artless Craft Tea & Coffee

    Artless Craft Tea & Coffee

    Artless Craft Tea & Coffee

    Artless Craft Tea & Coffee

    Located inside Nakame Gallery Street, artless craft tea & coffee is a cozy joint offering quality brews. The cafe offers freshly brewed single origin and blended coffee from both domestic and foreign roasteries. Coffee aficionados can choose their bean and watch the barista freshly prepare each cup. Drip coffee is popular among die-hard coffee fans, or for those with a lighter palate, espresso drinks are also offered. In the summer, rock ice coffee with milk serves as a popular spin on the iced latte. The limited edition drink of frozen iced coffee submerged in organic milk is only offered eight times a day. artless craft also focuses on Japanese teas. Much like the coffee, visitors can choose their leaf and flavor for a full-bodied cup of tea. On Friday nights, the cafe serves craft cocktails, also using fresh and organic ingredients. Coffee beans and tea leaves are available for purchase. The cafe is small and sleek, with modern touches and minimalist design.

    artless craft tea & coffee (Art-less craft tea and coffee)
    Address
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Kamimeguro 2-45-12
    Phone
    0364341345
    Remarks
    【URL】http://www.craft-teaandcoffee.com/
  • Premarche Gelateria

    Premarche Gelateria

    Premarche Gelateria

    Premarche Gelateria

    Premarche Gelateria

    Premarche Gelateria is an award-winning, all natural, authentic gelato shop near Nakameguro station. The brainchild of Kyoto’s natural food brand, Prema, Premarche Gelateria prides itself on organic and seasonal ingredients that combine Japanese flavors with Italian gelato texture. The creator of Prema, Nobuo Nakagawa, traveled to Italy and mastered the art of traditional Italian gelato making. The result of his efforts is a combination of domestic ingredients and Italian style, creating a rich and indulgent flavor that is neither processed nor unhealthy. The flavors rotate depending on the season but popular standouts have been black sesame and sour yuzu. Most of the gelato is used with Hokkaido cream. The shop has become popular with vegans, as some of the gelatos do not contain dairy. The vegan flavors are listed inside the shop.

    Address
    東京都目黒区上目黒2-9-36
    Phone
    0363030141
    Remarks
    【URL】https://gelato.organic/
  • Iroha Sushi

    Iroha Sushi

    Iroha Sushi

    Also located along the Meguro River, Iroha Sushi is known for its convenient location and affordable prices. The shop itself might look homely in comparison to Naka Meguro’s chic new eateries, but the sushi never disappoints. The fish is fresh, the lunch sets start from under 1,000 yen, and the restaurant is open until late, making it one of the only joints that serves sashimi as the sun rises. There is also a variety of rolls for Japan newcomers wary of trying raw fish. The original sushi roll, a combination of salmon, crab, and avocado, is a beginner’s gateway to trying more adventurous sushi. At night, the restaurant turns into an izakaya, offering “all you can drink” alcohol deals. The shop is famous and can fill up quickly. Luckily, those without a reservation can check out the second location, also in Nakameguro.

    Iroha Sushi Nakameguro Honten
    Address
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Aobadai 1-30-10 (2F along Yamate Street)
    Phone
    0337946879
    Remarks
    【URL】http://www.irohasushi.com/
  • Baird Nakameguro Tap Room

    Baird Nakameguro Tap Room

    Baird Nakameguro Tap Room

    Baird Nakameguro Tap Room

    Baird Nakameguro Tap Room

    Nakameguro tends to run fancy, with its hip boutiques and pricey dinners. The Baird Beer Taproom is a welcome change from the trendy lifestyle along the river. Here, diners can indulge in large, American style pizzas and hoppy beer. The craft beer is all domestic and varies in color and flavor, from light ales to creamy stouts. The taproom is decked out in beer hall style, with long tables and sofas. A large television plays sports games, both Japanese and foreign, so the bar can get busy on popular game days. For visiting tourists, Baird Taproom is the perfect way to get some home-style comfort food with a Japanese twist.

    Nakameguro Taprom
    Address
    Tokyo Meguro-ku Kamimeguro 2-1-3 Nakameguro GT Plaza Building C 2F
    Phone
    0357683025
    Remarks
    【URL】https://bairdbeer.com/ja/taprooms/nakameguro/
  • Cabin

    Cabin

    Cabin

    This small Japanese whiskey bar hidden along the east side of the Meguro river can easily be missed by the less determined. However, whiskey enthusiasts, cocktail aficionados or those just looking for a quiet place to relax, should seek out this concealed interior. Cabin features some of the best and rarest whiskey Japan has to offer. Over forty bottles line the bar and the friendly and experienced bartender is up for any challenge. There is also a list of unique, non-whiskey cocktails for those who prefer their alcohol clear, and a vast appetizer menu featuring truffle fries. Cabin is small yet cozy and its hidden exterior circumvents the post-dinner crowds. It’s the perfect spot for an intimate date or chats with friends.

    CABIN
    Address
    東京都目黒区中目黒1-10-23 リバーサイドテラス101
    Phone
    03-6303-2220
    Remarks
    【URL】http://www.cabintokyo.com/welcome/
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