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Ginza Washita Shop

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Ginza Washita Shop

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1-3-9 Jitsugyono Nihonsha Ginza Bdg 1F/ B1F, Ginza, Chuo 104-0061 Tokyo Prefecture
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This is an excellent pick for travelers interested in trying a variety of Japanese food specialties in one evening. Eliminate potential language barriers in restaurants by going on a hassle-free tour with a guide to translate and explain the dishes to you. Highlights include trying grilled meat skewers (yakitori), savory pancakes (monjayaki), sweets (wagashi), and sake.
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LHOVancouver wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver, Canada989 contributions339 helpful votes
Great for picking up your Gifts for friends/family from Japan. Staff are friendly and speak some English. Take your time to look around before ordering! Good luck and enjoy!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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surfer8it2016 wrote a review Apr 2019
Ashburton, New Zealand5 contributions2 helpful votes
Great place for that special gift (hubu snake sake in a bottle) helpful staff and only place in Tokyo to get it
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Jay F wrote a review Feb 2018
Piscataway, New Jersey444 contributions80 helpful votes
This is Okinawa's antenna shop in Tokyo. It's the only place in Tokyo where I could find cans of Orion beer. The upper floor is where you can groceries, packaged food and drink, and produce sourced from Okinawa. The lower floor has crafts, clothes and other souvenirs made on the island. If you want to get the flavor of Okinawa without the 2 hour plane ride from Tokyo, this is where you need to go.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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lugubres wrote a review Aug 2016
Montreal, Canada693 contributions58 helpful votes
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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 local distilled spirit made from Jasmine rice that can be paired with umi budo or green caviar which is a local specialty seaweed. This antenna shop also carries fresh produce such as bitter melon, tropical fruits and so on. Kokuto is another goodie from Okinawa. Black sugar is rich in minerals and is made from 100% natural sugar cane. The shop carries 5 different types of black sugar from the 5 different islands of Okinawa. They are packaged in orange, red, pink, yellow and blue bags of 50 grams each. The coloured bags called out to us and of course we bought them hoping to discover the nuances in the black sugar. If you are going to be in the Ginza area, do visit the Okinawa Washita antenna shop.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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