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March 1, 2017

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Tokyo's New Place to Go! Akabane-Jujo

Just a 15-minute train ride from central Tokyo, this area is attracting young people and tourists with its retro charm and bargain prices.

Highlights

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Marumasuya Izakaya (Japanese-style pub) in business for more than 70 years. Serves food and drinks starting at 9:30 AM. Famous for its unagi (eel) and koi (carp) dishes.

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Maruken Suisan In business for 50 years serving oden (deep-fried fish patties, vegetables, etc. simmered in soy sauce). Try the signature "dashiwari" drink-order a cup of sake, and when you're almost done, ask to have some oden broth added to it.

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Kobuna Embroidery Shop Embroidery shop in business for more than 50 years. Experienced artisans produce fine workmanship on hats, patches, and more.

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Hotel Ichinichi Boutique hostel opened in 2015 offering mainly dormitory-style lodgings. Chic interiors, comfort, space, and reasonable rates.

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Toridai Popular purveyor of poultry and 70 different ready-to-eat foods. Low prices and a tasty menu-especially the signature minced chicken balls at just 10 yen apiece.

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1) Marumasuya
Address: 1-17-7 Akabane, Kita-ku
2) Maruken Suisan
Address: 1-22-8 Akabane, Kita-ku
3) Kobuna Embroidery Shop
Address: 1-65-9 Akabane, Kita-ku
4) Hotel Ichinichi
Address: 1-32-4 Akabane, Kita-ku
5) Toridai
Address: 1-4-11 Jujo-Nakahara, Kita-ku

Others

Sozai Miyahara
Address: 1-24-12 Jujo-Nakahara, Kita-ku
Aozora Clothing
Address: 1-5-10 Jujo-Nakahara, Kita-ku
Music Shop Dan
Address: 4-5-25 Higashi-Jujo, Kita-ku
Higajyu Bagel
Address: 2-3-9 Higashi-Jujo, Kita-ku
NoA NoP
Address: 3-16-15 Higashi-Jujo, Kita-ku
Bisan
Address: 2-21-1 Higashi-Jujo, Kita-ku

Reporter

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Jennifer Julien

Nationality:
French
Occupation:
French food and wine promoter. I also organize gourmet tours in Japan and France.
When did you first come to Japan?:
I arrived in 1998.
Reason for coming to Japan:
I had the opportunity to come as a Coordinator of International Relations to improve my Japanese. I had planned to stay for a year, but -- it's been 19 years already and I'm still here!