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Hara Shobo ( Antiques, Japanese Goods / Jimbocho )

Hara Shobo / Antiques / Tokyo
  • Hara Shobo has been in business for over 70 years, specializes in Ukiyo-e prints. Our collection ranges from affordable prints (approx. 10,000yen) to museum-quality pieces. With our broad knowledge and top-quality service, we are trusted by collectors and museum curators both in Japan and overseas.
  • Imperial Palace East Gardens

  • Japanese Gardens ( Jimbocho )
  • The East Gardens are quite pretty with some very nice landscaping. My favorite areas are on the top of the hill, where there is a large green area that *gasp!* you can actually walk on, and the garden...
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  • Origami Kaikan

  • One Day Experience ( Akihabara )
  • The Origami Hall allows you to get hands-on experience on the art of paper folding. There's courses everyday that range from beginners to advanced, and the fees are minimal. The shop on the first floo...
  • Yushima Jinja

  • Shrines ( Akihabara )
  • Yushima Jinja enshrines the soul of Michizane Suguwara (a Japanese poet-politician who lived in the ninth century). He is celebrated as the "god of learning." The grounds are planted with over 300 plu...
  • Kanda Myojin

  • Shrines ( Akihabara )
  • The Kanda Myojin shrine was first built more than 1200 years ago, and it was moved to its current location in 1616. The shrine is dedicated to three deities, one of which is dedicated to marriage. The...
  • Tea House Takano: Kudanshita

  • Cafes, Tea ( Jimbocho )
  • Tea House Takano specializes in black tea (Ceylon, darjeeling and assam). A relaxing place in which to sip a cup of tea. They also retail various kinds of tea.
  • Usagiya

  • Japanese Sweets ( Akihabara )
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