Time Out says
The Daikanyama neighbourhood is best known for its stylish architecture, upmarket boutiques, and affluent residents with well-dressed small dogs. Less well known is the secluded Saigoyama Park off the main street, Kyuyamate-dori, a nine-minute walk from Daikanyama Station. Don’t expect the manicured lawns of a traditional Japanese garden – the park is left a little wild, a welcome contrast to the sophisticated surroundings, which creates a relaxed feel, making the area great for kids and pets. Take a seat and admire the glorious sunset views – unobstructed overhead vistas of Nakameguro and beyond. Keep an eye out for Mt Fuji, too. Head down the staircase to Nakameguro after, or explore more of Daikanyama, including the local branch of Tsutaya Books and Spring Valley Brewery.