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Shinsho-ji is a temple in Sugamo Jizo-dori Shopping Street.
Ajisen is a teppanyaki restaurant that specializes in okonomiyaki, which is a type of savory pancake.
Delicious Korean barbecue (yakiniku) restaurant in Sugamo, just a few steps away from the train station.
Togenuki Jizo (Kogan-ji Temple)
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Yamazakura is a Japanese gyoza restaurant in Sugamo, located at a 2 minute walk from Sugamo station.
APA Hotel Sugamo Ekimae
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Hotel Bianca (Adult Only)
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