About this sight
Marugoto Nippon is a large complex with carefully selected souvenirs and products from all regions of Japan. Visitors can take part in cooking classes and events on the 3rd floor. The 4th floor, open until 11 pm, offers a wide range of restaurants serving local cuisine.
Located only a one-minute walk from Asakusa Station, this bistro offers over 100 dishes, including sashimi, fried and grilled foods, pasta, salads, as well as h
Named after the Japanese drink "Hoppy (ホッピー)", Hoppy Street, also known as Nikomi Street (Stew Street), is a collection of old bars serving delicious food and d
Burlesque decors and dancers in one of those unique bars you can find in Japan.
Shochan is a popular izakaya in Asakusa, especially known for its stewed beef (gyu nikomi).
Asakusa Imahan is a Japanese style restaurant, and is famous for their Sukiyaki and Shabu-shabu.
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