Set in Setagaya, one of Tokyo's more affluent wards, the neighborhood of Sangen-Jaya is less than 10 minutes from the world-famous Shibuya crossing by train. It's full of old shops, tightly-packed homes and, like much of the rest of Tokyo, narrow, winding streets. Yet despite its proximity to downtown, Sangen-Jaya maintains a surprisingly peaceful aura.Read whole article via www.forbes.com
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