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Tabi-Sake Asakusa

旅酒「浅草」
Asakusa -Tokyo-

Asakusa is the traditional shopping, entertainment, and residential districts that represent Tokyo. Close from the downtown, this area has good old atmosphere favored by Japanese people and foreign visitors. The Raimon and Asakusa Shrine are famous tourist spots for visitors. Please enjoy Asakusa.

醸造元 :Tokyo 1702 Founded Ozawa Shuzo Co., Ltd.
種類  :Special Junmai sake
度数  :15%

コメント:Rich taste with a full-bodied

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浅草港屋
住所
台東区浅草2-7-13
電話番号
03-6231-6855
営業時間
10:00~18:00(土、日、祝日) 11:00~18:00(平日)
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三平ストア浅草店
住所
東京都台東区西浅草2丁目14−16
電話番号
03-5826-7203
営業時間
10:00~21:00 年中無休(元旦を除く)
浅草 三平ストア浅草店
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四方酒店
住所
東京都台東区浅草1-19-10
電話番号
03-3841-6615
営業時間
10:00~18:00 定休日(毎週水曜日)
浅草 四方酒店
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北野エース 松屋浅草店
住所
東京都台東区花川戸1-4-1 松屋浅草地階
電話番号
03-3842-1370
営業時間
10:00~20:00
14 松屋浅草店
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北野エース 東京スカイツリータウン・ソラマチ店
住所
東京都墨田区押上1-1-2
電話番号
03-5608-1757
営業時間
10:00~21:00
14 北野エースソラマチ店
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Attractions of The Tabisake Asakusa

Asakusa is filled with visitors anytime you step in, and is an attractive town with many histories and traditions of Japan. There are many spots to fell Japan such as Raimon, Asakusa Shrine, Nakamise Street, Asakusaengei hall, and the Skytree.

Senso-ji Shrine The main tour of Asakusa is the Asakusa Shrine. Asakusa Shrine is the oldest shrine in Japan and is always filled with people. In the precincts, even though as a shrine, you can see the five-storied pagoda, and a great image of Buddha.

Nakamise Nakamise is said to be one of the oldest shopping streets in Japan. Once you pass through the Raimon, there are many traditional items and food. It is one of the attractions to enjoy feeling the taste of Japan.

Hanayashiki Hanayashiki is an amusement park that exists in downtown from long ago. Hanayashiki is famous for its oldest roller coaster in Japan. Even makin you feel the Furusato tradition, there are many rides to make you more excited.

A beautiful sake made from using the water of Tokyo Okutama. Please enjoy with the memories you have made in Asakusa.