Meguro is famous of it's hilly landscape. It has many steep rises and descents, making it exciting adventure for bicyclists. It is very surprising how much nature there is in this residential area of Tokyo. The residents of Meguro are eager to protect this important natural environment, in the heart of the city.
In addition to nature, there are various interesting places for rest and relaxation in Meguro, and various ancient temples and shrines and modern museums. Saigoyama Park one of these fantastic spots.
Meguro is relatively silent, perhaps because of the silencing effect of the trees.
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