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Ginza Washita Shop, Chuo

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Immerse yourself in the food and beverage culture of the city at Ginza Washita Shop, a colorful two-story vending outlet for local authentic foodstuffs and trinkets. The basement houses a large collection of awamori, a distilled local shochu beverage made from Thai rice. Watch the salesclerk chisel out your portion of kokutou, solidified brown sugar cane juice rich in vitamins and minerals. The shop also offers popular souvenirs, legendary beast statues, and traditional instruments. You can rest in a small cafe area and buy local ice cream and donuts. With our international travel planner, Tokyo attractions like Ginza Washita Shop can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • The Okinawa Washita Shop in Ginza is located across the street from the Kotsu Kaikan Building. It has many unique food and beverage from the southermost tropical islands of Japan. There's awamori, a l...  more »
  • Once you develop Okinawa-bound syndrome here cool! What if Okinawa as well! Not an exaggeration to say so. Even just looking at products but actually in less well known or new release earlier than mainland shelf is a fun shop! Also, undergo a course, Tempura, juushii, possible engine until the Okinawa Soba, Taco, so often use for lunch. There are also a lot of other antenna shop around, but done in the overwhelmingly indebted.
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  • In the Okinawa Kokusai Street shop is away from Ginza 1-Chome station. Antenna shop in Tokyo. On the first floor and underground floor there. Rich in food, such as Okinawan-style vegetables and fruit, tofu, and Okinawa Soba. Awamori, turmeric (curcuma), are aligned. Okinawan souvenirs (Beni IMO tart rent chinsuko, classic, such as brown sugar) also there.
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