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It has been a very famous Taiyaki store since 1909. Taiyaki is a Japanese fish-shaped cake. The most common filling is red bean paste that is made from sweetened azuki beans.
[Taiyaki]japanese soul food(snack). Ａ fish‐shaped pancake filled with bean jam.Delicious.
Japan most famous TAIYAKI shop. Usually you will book it and pick up later. Teriyaki is Hot dessert shape of Fish.
‘Naniwaya Souhonten’ is famous for ‘Taiyaki’(a Japanese style pancake with sweet bean filling) made with a traditional manufacturing method since the establishment of business in 1909.
First Taiyaki shop to open in Tokyo, since 1909. Try this traditional fish shaped waffle pastry filled with sweet red beans.
“Sarashina Horii Souhonkei was established in 1789 (The year of the French revolution). It does have a lot of history. It was popular amongst the people of Edo for its elegant taste, and it was also allowed entry to the Edo castle and Feudal lord residences. The shop had a calm atmosphere and since it was lunch time, it was packed with customers. The energetic voice of the hostess and can feel the downtown atmosphere. I was first overwhelmed with the power of the hostess but she was a very warm women.”
“Wanna try some Ramen? This is a completely different style of dining experience compared to western culture and it is definitely worth the experience. The ramen itself is tasty. Prices are reasonable and the service is quick - worth a stop in Azabu-juban. Address: 1-2-5 Azabu-juban Minato-ku (麻布十番1-2-5 富山店舗 1F Minato, 東京都 〒106-0045)”
“Le Bar à Vin 52 has many seating areas: a counter dining, an area for larger parties and a small cluster of tables for two, offering a great place for conversation or a romantic night out. This wine bar is located up a flight of stairs above the local Seijo Ishii gourmet food outpost. The popular Seijo Ishii stores are stocked with high-end groceries and takeaway foods. The chain is also the landlord for Le Bar à Vin 52 and stocks its wine. All the bottles of wine in the bar are marked up 2,000 yen (about $17) above the retail price downstairs. Customers who want a special, pricey wine are encouraged to visit the store to buy their own wine and bring it up to the bar, for the same 2,000 yen.”
“Gen Yamamoto is a seasoned bartender who, after spending several years in New York, has started his own cocktail bar here in Tokyo. The chic, low-key bar is tucked away on a side street in Azabu Juban and snugly seats eight people. The walls are painted with muted tones and the ambiance is quiet. A sprawling recovered oak wood bar, behind which Gen stands, takes center stage. You can choose from a four- (¥4,300) or six-cocktail (¥6,000) tasting menu, and then simply sit back and watch Gen create (à la carte cocktails are also available).”