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.
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