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●Nezu Museum

http://tokyostory.net/spot/nezu-museum/

A deeper look into Japan’s history and traditional culture!

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●Wonderful street at Jingu gaien

http://tokyostory.net/spot/meiji-jingu-gaien/


Meiji Jingu Gaien is the garden of Meiji Jingu Shrine, built in the 15th year of Taisho (1926). With amenities like Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery and many sports facilities, Meiji Jingu Gaien strives to promote Japanese art and culture.

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●Nostalgic Takoyaki

http://tokyostory.net/gourmet/kukuru/


When you’re hungry, it’s impossible to ignore the tempting smell of takoyaki sauce and just walk by…Takoyaki (octopus dumplings) is a great snack for when you just want some little thing to nibble on.

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●Standing Yakiniku restaurant

http://tokyostory.net/gourmet/jiroumaru/

Jiroumaru is a popular Yakiniku restaurant often featured on TV and magazines.It’s popular because you can eat A4/A5-ranked meat at a reasonable price.You can order it from one slice.

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●Tsukiji Market

http://tokyostory.net/spot/tsukiji/

When you come to Tokyo, you will probably want to pay a visit to the Tsukiji Market, the go-to place for fresh fish sushi and other delicious restaurants.

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Today, we introduce you delicious Japanese Ochazuke restaurant! 
Ochazuke is one of the Japanese home meal. Please check out to taste real Japan!;)

http://tokyostory.net/gourmet/komeraku/

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Speaking of Nishi-Shinjuku….. of course delicious ramen shops!I am sure all the ramen-lovers out there have visited Menya Musashi at least once.

http://tokyostory.net/gourmet/menya-musashi/

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many Hollywood stars have come to Sushi-no-Hashida.it’s only a 5-minute walk from the station!


http://tokyostory.net/gourmet/hashida/

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If you are an alcoholic, I am sure you want to try some Japanese sake.Breweries of Dassai are actually in Yamaguchi prefecture and Dassai Bar 23 opened in 2013 as an antenna shop.

http://tokyostory.net/gourmet/dassai-bar-23/

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Anmitsu with apricot cream is also popular at Irie.

http://tokyostory.net/gourmet/irie/
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