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This glassware shop, established over 100 years ago, is the oldest glass manufacturer in Tokyo. The shop uses an old-world technique called aburidashi that uses temperature differences to create opalescent designs on the surface of the glass.
Soup Stock Tokyo is a chain of shops specialising in a variety of soups that changes on a weekly basis. There are some regular ones that are always on the menu, and others which are there just for the day.
Tama Sushi is a long-established chain of sushi restaurants in Japan. They're one of the very few sushi restaurants that will offer diners not used to raw fish, grilled and roasted options.
Sakura Terrace is a small museum and showroom displaying business cards and paper products.
Edo-Tokyo Museum revisits the ancient city of Edo through real-size models and miniatures of the city as well as the city of Tokyo during the pre-war period.
Located close to Kinshicho Station, this restaurant serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
Yokoamicho Park is a memorial park dedicated to the victims of the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake as well as the 1944 Tokyo Bombings.
The Sumida Edo Kiriko Hall is a showroom for the famous Edo Kiriko cut glass ware.
This site located in Honjomatsuzaka-cho park, is the historical residence of Kira Kozukenosuke who is known as the adversary to Asano Naganori in the events of the 47 ronin.
Conveniently located just a 3-minute walk from JR Kinshico Station, Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo provides simply-furnished elegant guest rooms.
Located 1.5 km from Edo Tokyo Museum in Tokyo, Hotel Famy Inn Kinshicho features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room.
A 3-minute walk from JR Kinshicho Station and 1 train stop from Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, Capsule Inn Kinshicho has a sauna and a 24-hour front desk. Guests sleep in compact sleeping compartments.