At the corner of Komaba Park, there is Japan Folk Craft Museum. This museum was built by a philosopher Muneyoshi Yanagi (often referred to as Soetsu Yanagi) in 1936. He is the person who discovered the beauty of Japanese folk art by ordinary people for everyday life and exhibited those everyday tableware. Advertisements
After I visited Daikanyama architecture, I further walked to Komaba, passing Shibuya. It is about two-kilometer 20-minute walk. It is the place where Komaba Campus of the University of Tokyo is located and there are several interesting architecture in this area.
Jiyugaoka is a town near from Shibuya. It was a farmland until the early twentieth century but it has been developing along with the railways Tokyu Toyoko Line. Now there are many furniture shops, restaurants and small shops that sell ketchen goods, fashion items, etc.