Amazake Alley

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Amazake Alley is the small approximately 400-meter long street from the Amazake Yokocho intersection just past Ningyocho Station to Meijiza. It was given the name 'Amazake Alley' because there used to be a shop selling amazake (sweet sake) at the entrance to the alley during the early Meiji period. Even now there are many sake, Japanese-style confectionary, and other shops that sell amazake, and many people love walking down this alley to experience the atmosphere of the Shitamachi (old downtown).

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Basic information

Address

2 Nigyocho Nihombashi

Chuo-ku

Postal code:103-0013

Contact information

Name:Amazake Alley Shotenkai

Telephone number:03-3666-7662

Access

By train:Soon from Tokyo Subway Ningyocho Station.

By bus:Take a Toei bus and get off at the bus stop Ningyocho 3 chome. 5 minutes by foot from the stop.

Parking

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