Located in the Sagamoto district of north Tokyo, Inari-yu has been a fond fixture of the area. Specialising in the more traditional aspects of bathhouse culture, Inari-yu prepares different scented baths each week and was even featured in the movie The… Read more »
Recently renovated, Keisei-yu is run by a 4th generation sento owner, Kobayashi-san, who wants to share his love for sentos with the world. He focuses on modernising the image of Japanese bathhouses by creating slick branding. This sento features a gia… Read more »
Trio has two locations in Nakano Broadway – Trio 1 and Trio 2. The shops specialize in books and Idol merchandise such as posters and CDs. Check out the photos you took! They’re way better than ours. https://www.instagram.com/p/tDlQJmTW4i/?take… Read more »
Game station is a narrow little store specializing in video games and game-related merch. They also sell toys and board games as well as apparel. It’s the gaming geeks paradise, and easily one of the best little game stores you can find in Tokyo.
Chojin Hakaba is a hobby store selling toys and comic books, as well as other products like apparel, skate goods and accessories. The name translates to ‘superhero graveyard’ in Japanese. Check out the photos you took! They’re way better than ou… Read more »