Another Side of Tokyo

Published on August 2nd, 2021

In the first of a three-part series, In Japan TV explores the increasingly popular East Area of Tokyo Station (EATS) neighborhoods. They’re a place where the traditional blends with the cutting-edge, with a wide range of galleries, museums, natural parks and rivers, and plenty of culinary options.

This installment takes a look at iki, a café and restaurant business run by a husband and wife duo. It’s located in the trendy Kiyosumi-shirakawa neighborhood, which was once called “the Venice of Tokyo.”

Find out even more about the EATS area and iki in the companion article: