Walking Around Kameido

Kameido is a neighborhood in east Tokyo (JR Sobu line from Akihabara to Chiba) which is not very touristy but it’s worth to take a stroll around its alleys. Nowadays the eastern part of Tokyo is the youngest and most lively part of the city (Shibuya, Shinjuku, Harajuku, etc), however during the Edo era the areas west and south of the Imperial Palace were the busiest ones.

Even though Kameido, in east Tokyo, was destroyed during the Second World War it still maintains certain aura of past times. Kameido is very popular for its gyoza and horumon ホルモン restaurants.

Kameido

Kameido
We had dinner in this yakitori restaurant where we had some delicious shiitake.

Kameido

Kameido

Kameido
A new thing about Kameido is that from many parts of it you can easily see the Tokyo Sky Tree.

Kameido

Kameido

Kameido

Kameido

Kameido

Kameido

Kameido

Kameido

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