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September 22, 2016
Rice is at the core of Japanese cuisine and drink. This stylish store sells not only many types of the grain but also products made from it (such as sake), a vast range of quality cooking ingredients and a choice collection of kitchen, home and bath items. There's also a good, casual restaurant here…

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“In a quiet, narrow alley in the center of Asakusa, this shop carries antiques and vintage clothing mainly from the Taisho Roman period of the early 20th century. It’s like time traveling to the days when Japan began to be conscious of foreign cultures. The owner has top-notch taste and can help you find something with the essence of the good old Tokyo. Nothing about this store feels like modern Tokyo, from the items they carry to the fascinating structure of the building itself, the music they play, the smell of the place, and even the fashion sense of the staff. But it all feels natural—not fake and staged. That’s the reason I love this store.”
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“Supported by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, this is as much a showroom as a shop exhibiting a broad range of traditional crafts, including lacquerwork boxes, woodwork, cut glass, paper, textiles and earthy pottery. The emphasis is on high-end pieces, but you can find beautiful things in all prices ranges here. ”
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“Atop the SOHO building this sleek bar offers to-die-for views of Tokyo Bay from its floor-to-ceiling windows. Go up a level for access to the roof for even better views with your drink. Find directions on how to access the bar in the convenience store on the ground floor of the building. ”
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“With its animal-print decor, rotating display of local artwork and terrific all-you-can-eat buffet (¥2000) every Friday and Saturday, the Pink Cow is a funky, friendly place to hang out. Also host to stitch-and-bitch evenings, writers’ salons and indie-film screenings, it’s a good bet if you’re in the mood to mix with a creative crowd. ”
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“Based in a traditional wooden building, this reputable gallery represents nearly 50 leading Japanese artists of printing, lithography, etching, woodblock and more. Quality prints start at around ¥10,000 and rise steeply from there. From Daimon Station, walk west towards Zōjo-ji temple. Turn left at the shop Create. You’ll soon see the gallery on your left. Owner Norman Tolman has been collecting modern and contemporary Japanese print art for 50 years and has authored many books on the subject. He has a second gallery close to Toranomon Hills specialising in antique Imari porcelain. ”
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2, Tōkyō-to 104-6601
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