Spots in Fukagawa / Kiyosumi Area

  • Kiyosumi Gardens
    399 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Kiyosumi 2 and 3-chome
    This Japanese garden is located in Tokyo’s Koto City. A part of the land is known for the ruins of the mansion of the wealthy merchant Kinokuniya Bunzaemon and is a strolling garden with karesansui (dry gardens) and artificial hills. The premises on the west side of the garden feature an open garden that is a popular hanami, or cherry blossom-viewing, spot in spring. It is one of the Palaces of Scenic Beauty in Tokyo, where irises blossom in June.

    Very cheap entrance fee of 150jpy and totally worth it. It was very peaceful even though it was crowded. The scenery was very beautiful. I enjoyed walking all the way around and watching families and...

  • Naritasan Fukagawafudoudou temple
    311 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Tomioka 1-17-13
    The Tokyo branch temple of the Buddhist Daihonzan Naritasan Shinshoji Temple in Narita City, Chiba Prefecture. Since ancient times, this temple has been popularly known by the honorific nickname “Fukagawa no o-Fudou-sama.” The temple’s principle object of worship is a figure of Acala which is believed by many to ward away evil. With the submission of the proper application form to the temple office, anyone may attend the temple’s goma ceremony in which cedar wood is burned before the statue of Acala in prayer for a blessing. Visitors may also participate in traditional sutra copying and Buddhist imagery tracing.

    There are Buddist Temples and there are Buddist Temples throughout Asia. This one is special and any description will not be able to convey the sense of involvement with the fire ritual ceremony. We...

  • Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine
    327 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Tomioka 1-20-3
    This shrine located in the Tomioka district of Tokyo’s Koto City is affectionately known as the “Hachiman-sama of Fukagawa” and was established in 1624. The shrine attracted religious faith from the commoners as a tutelary shrine under the Tokugawa shogun family, and every year around August 15th the Fukagawa Hachiman Matsuri (Fukagawa Matsuri) procession is held which is said to be one of the three largest festivals of Edo, boasting Japan’s largest ichi-no-miya mikoshi (portable shrine). It is also famous as the birthplace of Edo’s Kanjin-zumo, and there are many stone monuments on the premises such as the Yokozuna Stone, a stone monument to commend successive yokozuna sumo wrestlers.

    Interesting flea market held at the temple on Sunday mornings. As you might expect, lots of Japanese arts and crafts. Prices seemed reasonable. Worth combining with a visit to the nearby Fukugawa...

  • Emando Temple
    54 Reviews
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Fukagawa 2-16-3
    A Buddhist temple standing along Metropolitan Road 463 in 2 Chome, Fukagawa, Koto City. The temple's seated figure of King Yama, judge of the afterlife, is 3.5 meters tall and weighs 1.5 tons, making it the largest in Japan. Some of the temple's many other highlights include 16 paintings created in 1784 depicting heaven and hell on display in the main temple, and a stone bearing the footprint of Soga Goro, a historical figure famously depicted in the popular kabuki play known as the Soga Monogatari.

    This is a lovely Budist temple with people worshipping through the day. Its calm even though its on the main road. Worth a quick visit

  • Suna-machi Ginza Shoten-gai shopping arcade
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Kitasuna
    A shopping arcade located in Kitasuna, Koto City, Tokyo. Some 180 shops and stores stand eve to eve along the 670 meter length of the arcade. A popular destination to enjoy cheap eats and browse, the arcade becomes particularly busy on the 10th of the month during the Bakaneichi sale.
  • Kiba Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Koto-ku Kiba 45 , Hirano 4
    A five-minute walk from Kiba Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line. Opened in 1969 as a forest park filled with waterside areas and greenery, in 1977 it was dedicated a memorial park in honor of the 50th anniversary of the enthronement of Emperor Showa. Divided into south, central, and north sections, the areas are connected by the symbol of the park, the Kiba Park Bridge. The park is filled with things to see and do, and visitors can go on a picnic on its vast grass lawn or enjoy one of the many events held in the park's event venue. The north section has an adventure square where children can play on a large playground or splash around in a specially designed manmade shallow pond. The park also has a barbecue ground.
  • Blue Bottle Coffee Kiyosumi-shirakawa Roasterie & Cafe
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Hirano 1-4-8
    The first Japanese location for this popular coffee shop from the city of Oakland in the USA, Blue Bottle Coffee is said to have ignited Japan’s third great coffee boom. Selling coffee made only with beans roasted in the last 48 hours, the shop serves its coffees at the time when each bean variety is at its most delicious. Inside, Blue Bottle Coffee is filled with beans from around the world, giving it a vibrant, warehouse-like feel. Patrons can enjoy an espresso, single origin, or blend coffee while watching beans being roasted or baristas showing off their skills. The closest station is Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station.
  • Fujimaru Wineshop Kiyosumi-shirakawa
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Miyoshi 2-5-3
    Located five minutes' walk from Exit B2 of Hanzoumon Line Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station, there is an Italian restaurant on the second floor of the Fujimaru Wineshop Kiyosumi-shirakawa. On the same floor, there is a tasting room where you can try wine from this urban winery, a rarity anywhere in the world. You can look for the perfect wine for your tastes with our recommendation, the three-variety Fujimaru Winery Tasting Set. The restaurant's Italian Chef Nicholas makes simple, fresh Italian dishes, and they offer a wide selection of cheeses perfect to accompany their wine.
  • Babaghuri Main Shop
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Kiyosumi 3-1-7
    A boutique located across from Kiyosumi Garden in Kiyosumi, Koto City. The shop carries products made with natural materials, such as skin care items, furniture, kitchen goods, and clothing and fabrics created by designer Jurgen Lehl. The shop also sells teas, muffins, and other baked foods.
  • The Cream of the Crop Coffee (Kiyosumi Shirakawa Roaster)
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Shirakawa 4-5-4
    The Belgian's gourmet chocolatier Pierre Marcolini runs The Cream of the Crop and Company's the Cream of the Crop Coffee Kiyosumi Shirakawa Roaster where you can buy fresh coffee beans from all over the world. Of course, you can also drink a cup of their freshly ground, carefully brewed coffee.
  • Cotoripan
    14 Reviews
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Fukuzumi 2-7-21
    You can spot this bakery in the middle of a residential area by the little round birds on the curtain covering the entryway. The cozy shop has a wide variety of freshly baked bread and sweets, as well as lots of spreads like jam and honey. Most of their baked items cost less than 500 yen for three. Their hallmark item is called Cotoripan and features the impression of cute little bird. Custard and chocolate cream packed into the soft and fluffy fresh baked white bread will fill you up after just one.

    最寄り駅の清澄白河駅から徒歩10分の、物流事業所とか倉庫エリアにある小さなパン屋です。立地は悪いのに開店の10時に合わせて平日でも行列ができます。週末は午前中にはほぼ売り切れて閉店してしまうという人気です。 私が行ったのは金曜日の10時5分前でしたが、既に5人以上は並んでおり入店したのは10分後。その後も続々と人が集まっていました。行列には近所と思われるお年寄りが多いのが特徴的でした。 店内は3名...

  • Fukadaso Cafe
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Hirano 1-9-7
    A retro style cafe housed in a remodeled former apartment building and warehouse built 50 years ago. The cafe was born out of a project which sought to reuse the building as a piece of heritage instead of simply tearing it down. You can enjoy a relaxing cup of coffee in the spacious cafe area or rent it out for parties and events. The facility is also host to several other distinctive establishments, including a store selling equipment for science experiments as interior decorations, a relaxation salon, and a wine shop.
  • Arise Coffee Roasters
    17 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Hirano 1-13-8
    A home roast coffee shop located in Hirano 1 Chome, close to Kiyosumi Garden in Koto City. In addition to selling roasted coffee beans and drip coffee, the shop also carries handmade breads and sweets created by Cotoripan, a bakery located in Fukuzumi, Koto City. Eat-in space available.

    This coffee shop is located in an area with multiple well-known cafés. This place is a small stand with a few chairs and benches, and the owner stands behind the counter with his bottles of coffee...

  • Luff
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Kiyosumi 3-3-27
    A florist located in Kiyosumi Nagaya standing along Kiyosumi-dori Avenue in Kiyosumi, Koto City. In addition to selling flowers and plants and creating bouquets and floral arrangements, the shop also provides a garden design service as well as a live floral arrangement service periodically delivering fresh flowers to your office, home, or store.
  • Kanmidokoro Yuhara
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Tomioka 1-10-8
    This Japanese-style sweets cafe is located on Eitai-dori Avenue near Monzen-Nakacho Station in Tomioka, Koto Ward. The cafe offers Japanese sweets such as mitsumame boiled beans with agar, fruit, and syrup; and from October to May, a set which includes awa zenzai sweet azuki bean soup with millet, fukagawa-meshi rice cooked with clams, and kenchin-jiru vegetable soup. The cafe's awa zenzai is made with millet, a local specialty product from western Okayama, steamed in a wicker basket for close to half a day before mixing it with warm koshian smooth red bean paste. The granulated, sticky texture of the millet and the subtle sweetness of the dessert engenders a moment of soothing calm. The cafe's Ujikintoki shaved ice with azuki beans and other shaved ices made with natural spring water are also popular throughout the year.
  • Artichoke chocolate
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Miyoshi 4-9-6
    This chocolate shop is in 4 Chome Miyoshi, Koto Cit. This shop makes and sells craft chocolate, choosing the best bean roasting method, time and temperature, as well as source, to bring out the best flavor for their chocolate bars, truffles, bonbons, and chocolate covered fruit and nuts. They also offer drinks like chocolate espresso, with concentrated cacao flavor, as well as hot chocolate and more.
  • Rikashitsu
    12 Reviews
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Hirano 1-9-7 Fukada-so 102
    This shop specializes in scientific sundries and experiment utensils. They have items like beakers and flasks, like you often see in labs, cleverly decorated to be stylish decorations. Their terrariums made from medicine bottles, and flask flower vases, are quite popular. Of course, they also sell these items unmodified, for actual use. They also offer their original Rikaroma series of freeze-dried herbs for home aroma oil making. They have regular workshops, and offer commercial facility consulting as well.


  • iki ESPRESSO
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Tokiwa 2-2-12
    This Oceania-styled cafe started in New Zealand. The coffee beans are sent directly from New Zealand, and mainly used in espresso and cafe lattes. They put a lot of effort into their side menus, with fluffy, chewy pancakes made with ricotta cheese, French toast made with brioche-style bread, eggs benedict, sandwiches, pasta and more.
  • Coci la elle Main Shop
    1 Reviews
    Tokyo Koutou-ku Miyoshi 2-3-21F
    Coci la elle was started in 2010 by parasol artist Chika Higashi who wanted to create and sell unique parasols. The main store in Coci la elle, Kiyosumi-Shirakawa has hand painted and embroidered parasols and umbrellas with original prints as well as smaller items.


  • Sendai Horikawa Park
    Leisure / Hobbies
    Tokyo Koto-ku Kitasuna 6- Toyo 6
    "A park extending from Kitasuna 6 Chome to Toyo 6 Chome in Koto City. 10.4 hectares in size, it is the largest waterside park in Tokyo. Designed to be a ""forest for city residents,"" seven varieties of trees are grown on the grounds, and visitors can enjoy rich natural scenery such as an avenue of blooming cherry trees in spring. There's also a fishing pond where you can catch Japanese crucian carp and koi carp."

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