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Concierge.com's insider take:
Nakameguro, a spillover district from fashion-centric Daikanyama, is now a destination in its own right; it's been dubbed the new hip hangout by trend-conscious Tokyoites, although it's far quieter and more subdued than its neighbor. There's a good stretch of Euro-focused retail and culinary opportunities along the tree-shaded Meguro River, a popular stroll during cherry blossom season in early April. Look out for some unusual boutiques and art galleries upriver from the subway station, such as the Americana-obsessed vintage spot Olgou (81-3-3463-0509) and the minimalist menswear store 1LDK (81-3-3780-1645), plus one-offs like the alternative bookshop Cow Books. Downriver, the bookish riverside café Combine is alone worth a visit: It's a great place for a midday glass of sake or a café au lait.—Updated by Rebecca Willa Davis.
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