● You can try delicious sushi in a traditional Japanese restaurant.
● You can buy Japanese famous sweets as the souvenir.
● The guide will take you to the shrine and explain how to behave at a Japanese Shrine.
Hi I’m Masa! Our office is located at Ningyocho and we always eat lunch and dinner around here.
Ningyocho is one of many historical places that survived the Great Kanto Earthquake and was not destroyed during WW2, so Edo era atmosphere and nostalgic feel remains very lively today.
We know that there are a lot of historic local sites and tasty food stops in Ningyocho ranging from fresh sushi to handmade soba and udon!
Let’s have a delicious meal while getting to know authentic Japanese culture like a local!
- yungreviewed 7 months agoI hadn't been Ningyocho but I found that this town...
I hadn't been Ningyocho but I found that this town has really good, nostalgic atmosphere. The guide, Masa, brought me to the good out-of-the-way places. Especially, Sushi restaurant was so nice. I wanna visit Ningyocho again.