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Meguro is a chic district situated in Tokyo, neighboring well-known areas such as Shibuya and Yutenji. This upscale community is characterized by tranquil natural landscapes and luxurious properties. It attracts a blend of affluent locals and expats who cherish the area’s peaceful ambiance, central location, and top-notch amenities.

Despite its residential nature, Meguro offers an exciting shopping and entertainment scene, complete with numerous independent boutiques, cozy cafes, and delectable restaurants. Nature enthusiasts will relish Meguro’s natural attractions, from the cherry blossom trees lining the Meguro River to the lush greenery of Rinshinomori Park. These qualities make Meguro a highly coveted area to call home. The district offers a blend of traditional high-end residential properties, featuring low-rise apartments and detached houses.

Nakameguro is a trendy neighborhood located in the Meguro district, known for its relaxed and artistic vibe. The area is centered around the picturesque Meguro River, which is lined with cherry blossom trees that attract thousands of visitors during the spring season. The riverside pathway, adorned with cherry trees, creates a feeling of openness and is a popular destination for locals to jog and walk.

Along the Meguro River, there are tower apartments and condominiums available for those interested in riverfront living. It’s very popular among young professionals and creatives, who are drawn to its stylish cafes, independent boutiques, and artisanal shops. The demand for property in Nakameguro is high, with prices reflecting its popularity and central location.

The eastern hilly area surrounding Meguro Station features two exclusive residential neighborhoods, Hanabusayama and Chojamaru, both of which are part of Jonan Gozan. These high class areas have many low-rise deluxe apartments and detached houses, while high-rise apartments are also present in the vicinity of Meguro Station.

Access: Meguro Station (JR Yamanote Line, Tokyu Meguro Line, Tokyo Metro Namboku Line, and Toei Mita Line) Nakameguro Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line and Tokyu Toyoko Line)