Kagurazaka walking tour with a “fox” mask on – Free now (approx.2hours)
We now have a walking tour putting Kitsune mask suitable for overseas travellers. Kitsune is a messenger of cereal god, Inari, whilst it is also taken as an animal that has a supernatural power to transform into a man, woman, child in Japanese folklore. Won’t you walk in Kagurazaka as if you were a Kitsune?
★Kitsune mask is not free of charge.
Here is our flyer!
(Access to Kagurazaka) – only 13 minutes to get to Iidabashi station from Shinjuku by JR Sobu line
(Schedule) Next walk scheduled on Aug 24th Saturday 17:00～19:00
Upon your request, we can make an arrangement for this walking trip. Please feel free to contact us.
Kagurazaka in Shinjuku ward boasts of scenic views. It has more than 60 Sakas(hills). For that reason, you would feel many ups and downs in Kagurazaka while walking. Simultaneously, you find many temples and shrines as well as remains of a castle on the high ground there. On the contrary, you will see the outer moat near Iidabashi
Moreover, some parts of Kagurazaka were Kagai(Geisha district). You might feel the traces of Kagai while walking on the zigzag lane. Now, fancy restaurants and souvenir shops are along narrow lanes. As French language school, Athens Francais is in Kagurazaka, you might feel French influence as well. Stylish persons like to have dinner at Kagurazaka.