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GRAN GAKUGEI DAIGAKU

Oak Explorers

Oak Explorers: Gakugei-Daigaku

The newest entry into the Gran series of share houses is in Meguro ward! You can get to Shibuya or Meguro within 10 minutes on the train. The areas along the Tokyu Toyoko line are regarded as desirable places to live... but what about Gakugei-Daigaku? Ito from marketing along with Oak Explorers Mai and Anna accompanied French Oakhouse resident Michael to check it out!

Tokyu Toyoko line, Gakugei-Daigaku station

The start of our journey: Gakugei-Daigaku station on the Tokyu Toyoko line!

Express stop!
"Daigaku" means "university", so you would think there would be a school here... but the arts school that used to be here moved to Koganei city years ago. Shopping areas extend from both the west and east exits, with many typical Japanese shops as well as unique and stylish ones.

Gakugei-Daigaku shopping area
URL:www.ilovegakudai.net

Vovo Curry, Gakugei-Daigaku

KILO SHOP

A "ton" of vintage clothes!
This vintage clothing shop is under the rail line about 7 minutes from the station. It is a the first Japanese branch of a Parisian shop. Here you can find T-shirts, pants, skirts, jackets, necklaces, bracelets, bandannas, scarfs, and more. Buy by the pound!

KILO SHOP TOKYO
URL:www.kilo-shop.jp
2F, underneath the bridge by Gakugei-Daigaku station, 2-3-6 Chuo, Meguro, Tokyo

There's a cafe on the 1st floor

So many cute things!

JAZZY SPORT MUSIC SHOP

Higuma Donuts

Meguro Hiiragi

Editor's notes

How did you like the Oak Explorer's report on Gakugei-Daigaku?
The Oak Explorers vow to explore the towns around new houses we open, and this one might be our most chic adventure yet. There were many nice clothing stores, places selling cute sweets, passionate baristas, a graphic design book store, and many other unique shops in this small town. We think there's still plenty more to be uncovered, so we hope you take advantage of living in this "Gran"d place!

This bear enjoyed Higuma donuts too!