Guest House TOKYO Kagurazaka is located in Kagurazaka area, which is one of the 6 oldest geisha districts in Tokyo. Even today, many traditional stone-paved narrow paths exist in Kagurazaka, where you can meet geisha girls, hear the sound of 'shamisen', the traditional Japanese instrument, and find traditional 'ryotei' restaurants, 'ryokan', and small private shops.
Around Kagurazaka, there are some old temples and shrines scatter about and a 'no' stage can be found. You can enjoy Japanese traditional atmosphere and culture.
In August, Kagurazaka Summer Festival including Hozuki(ground cherry) Market and the Awa-Odori Dance are held in the main street. While it retains a traditional Japanese atmosphere, Kagurazaka now boasts a significant. French presence with many French expatriates living in the area due to the proximity of Institut français du Japon - Tokyo and the Lycee franco-japonais de Tokyo's primary section. Kagurazaka also boasts Tokyo's largest concentration of French eateries. Staffs of Guest House TOKYO Kagurazaka hope you enjoy life in Kagurazaka with us!!