Entries Tagged as 'Kanda'

火曜日, 12月 4th, 2012

Jinbōchō Den

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Jinbōchō Den

Today we introduce to you the popular and ever hospitable restaurant of Japanese cuisine, “Den”. Having accumulated experience at Sakurazaka Uwo Toku and other restaurants, Zaiyu Hasegawa decided to start his own restaurant in 2007, and opened Den in Jinbōchō. In its third year, the restaurant received its first star from the Michelin Guide 2010th [...]

日曜日, 1月 23rd, 2011

The Rabbit Hole Language Cafe

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The Rabbit Hole Language Cafe

As a place where foreigners who want to meet Japanese or Japanese who wants to learn foreign language can gather, I would like to introduce language café Rabbit Hole, located in Suidobashi, Tokyo.

Rabbit Hole is located within 3 minute walk from JR Suidobashi Station or 8 minute walk from Subway Jinboucho Station. The first floor [...]

金曜日, 12月 3rd, 2010

Kanda Isegen

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Kanda Isegen

This is the only dining room in Tokyo specializing in anglerfish hotpot. The origin of this dining room can be traced back as far as 1830, near the end of the Edo period. The building was reconstructed in 1930 after the previous one was burned down due to the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake. The building, [...]

金曜日, 8月 13th, 2010

The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part4

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The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part4

Myojinshita (Under the Shrine), Between traditional and modern.
These restaurants located under the railway and by the Kanda River. Its building was station back in early 1900’s. Old line is not working any more.

Kanda River, looking at Hijiri-Bashi Bridge from Shohei-Bashi Bridge.

Looking other way from Shohei-Bashi Bridge. This building was called Mansei-Bashi Station. [...]

金曜日, 8月 13th, 2010

The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part3

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The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part3

Ochanomizu again
There is Holy Resurrection Catheral commonly known as Nicorai-do, which is the main cathedral of the Orthodox Church in Japan, and it was built in 1891.

Go over Hijiri-bashi Bridge. Woods you can see on the back is Yushima Seidou, where Japan’s school education started.

木曜日, 8月 12th, 2010

The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part2

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The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part2

Awajicho- Classics remains here. Tonkatsu (Deep fried pork cutlet), Tempura, Soba (Buchwheat noodle), Smoked foods, Sweet bean paste shop, and lot more.
Unlike other places in Tokyo, this spot avoid bombing in WWII. So, here you can see many historical buildings which may be more than 100 years old.
But first of [...]

木曜日, 8月 12th, 2010

The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part1

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The art of the walk for gastronome in Kanda Part1

About Kanda
Kanda has its very long history of being center of business, academy, and shops that follows.  Although Kanda is busy place of numerous businesses and colleges, we can still see full of natures with calmness in center of the megalopolis.  Also, because of its very competitive circumstances for all diners, the standard of restaurants [...]