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  • Sense Tea Corner at the Mandarin Orienta...

  • Tea, Cafes ( Nihombashi )
  • My friend took me here for my birthday. The service is impeccable and the view is SPECTACULAR. The nicest view in Tokyo in my opinion. This tea room is more traditional than other tea rooms that we fr...
  • Suitengu

  • Shrines ( Nihombashi )
  • Suitengu is a Shinto shrine for the goddess of maternity, although I only found that out by Googling the place after I went there. There's very little information about the shrine, and none in English...
  • Aritsugu Kitchen Knife Blacksmith

  • Japanese Goods ( Nihombashi )
  • Aritsugu is one of Japan's oldest knife makers, dating back to 1560. Their main store is at the Nishiki market in Kyoto, and many of the country's top chefs use their knives and other kitchen products...
  • Mizuki: Tokyo

  • Izakaya, Sake & Shochu Bars ( Nihombashi )
  • Mizuki specializes in Japanese fish cuisine, highlighting the best of each season. The bar stocks over 80 different kinds of sake and shochu, giving you plenty of choice to find a beverage that suits ...
  • Kiya

  • Japanese Goods ( Nihombashi )
  • Kiya is a cutlery and knife maker that dates back to 1792. They make Western and Japanese knives, in addition to scissors, cutlery and other steel kitchen appliances.
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  • Kyoto-kan

  • Japanese Goods ( Tokyo Station )
  • Kyoto-kan offers seasonal tourist information on Kyoto, sells a lot of Kyoto products and holds various seminars, events and programs on Kyoto.

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