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A large residential district ranging across south-west of Tokyo, Meguro is named after its river and famed across Japan for its fish—even though they're not caught here. The much-loved Meguro Sanma Festival sees thousands coming to its streets to sample the delights of open-air grilled mackerel pike, seen as a herald of summer in Japan. Meguro is also known for its fine collection of museums, cherry-blossomed river banks and a station that's a gateway to Kawasaki and beyond.

Hotels in Meguro

Meguro doesn't have any focused hotel districts. Instead you'll find accommodation scattered across this ambling low-rise neighborhood, most being quality mid-range hotels. There are luxury hotels in Meguro though, one of the best choices being the Westin Tokyo on its eastern edge. A four-and-a-half star hotel with sumptuous decor throughout, it is noted for its spacious rooms and exceptional service. More on the affordable side is the Tokyu Stay Meguro-Yutenji, an apart-hotel praised for its location and facilities. The Dormy Inn EXPRESS Meguro Aobadai is one of the better chain hotels in Meguro, sitting on the riverfront and offering both sauna and spa.

Things to see in Meguro

Some of Meguro's best sights happen with its changing seasons. The riverfront is transformed in spring when the cherry blossom arrives, while its main streets are heavy with the aroma of grilled fish in the summer, when the sanma festival is in full swing. Meguro also has some excellent museums close by. The Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum is set among parkland in the elegantly styled Art Deco home of a former royal prince. With its intriguing sculpture gardens and beautiful glass-work, this is a must-see destination even without its changing art exhibitions. The Meguro Museum of Art is housed in more solid modern building, displaying interesting pieces by 20th-century Japanese artists. For a break from the arts, the Meguro Riverfront provides an interesting walk which is topped off by its amazing Skygarden. Spiraling over 100 feet upward, its innovative design and lush greenery provide a welcoming breath of fresh air in this sprawling city.

Good for all travelers

Meguro makes for an excellent neighborhood for those wanting to enjoy Tokyo without being overwhelmed by its frenetic energy. Among its quiet suburbs and occasional parks there's plenty of room to breathe, while it has good connections into central Tokyo. You can also find plenty of accommodation in Meguro to suit all budgets, most close to its rail stations. With many local attractions, both cultural and social, Meguro can be a relaxing yet intriguing launch pad for your Tokyo break, and it’s possible to find some good hotel deals in Meguro.

How to get to Meguro

The quickest way to travel to Meguro from Narita Airport is on the Skyliner express train. Change at Nippori Station onto the JR Yamanote line and you'll reach Meguro Station in an hour and a quarter. The Narita-Airport Limousine Bus is cheaper, though when taking this route you'll need to walk from Ginzaeki to Hibiya station so as to catch the Mita Metro Line into Meguro. For travel around Meguro, there is a good bus network linking most locations, although walking is a great option for those who fancy the sights and sounds (and exercise) of longer strolls.

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