There are lot of shops(supermarket, bakery, Oden shop)in Japanese traditional shopping street “Tabata Ginza Shotengai”. Enjoy shopping and take your meal in there.

 

 

<Restaurant>

Komagome Matsumoto ・・・Yakitori

Gyoza-ya ・・・Chinese restaurant

Dining Harukoma ・・・local cuisine

puccii ・・・Italian

Yakiniku Sanga Tabataten ・・・Yakiniku(Japanese BBQ)

Miyakodori ・・・Unaju(Bowl of eel and rice), Karaage(Fried chicken)

Okonomiyaki Musashi・・・Okonomiyaki

Kemurisan ・・・Yakitori

 

Recommend spot

Matsunoyu ・・・Sento(Public bath)

Michael House ・・・Cafe & gallery

Drug Tsuyoshi ・・・Drugstore

Kitaura ・・・Kimono shop

⑬Seven Eleven

 

Hair salon

α-BET

Miq Komagome

 

Clinic

Kondo clinic (Internal medicine, The obstetrics and gynecology department, The pediatrics)

Komagome Sannoh clinic (Internal medicine, The obstetrics and gynecology department)

Gotou Dentist next to Urban Lodge Komagome

 

 

<Sightseeing>

 

Rikugi-en

Rikugien Garden is a Tokyo metropolitan park in Bunkyō-ku. The name Rikugi-en means Garden of the Six Principles of Poetry which comes from the idea of the six elements in waka poetry while en means garden or park. The park consists of a small pond, trees, and a hill. The traditional Japanese garden within the park is a tourist attraction.

 

 

 

 

Kyu-Furukawa Gardens 

Kyu-Furukawa Gardens is a Tokyo metropolitan park in Nishigahara, Kita, Tokyo. The park includes an old western-style mansion with a rose garden, and a Japanese garden which were built in early 20th century.