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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Eat your way through Jujo Ginza, the largest shopping arcade in Kita City. With approximately 180 shops, stalls and restaurants, Jujo Ginza entices visitors with the popular pasttimes of shopping and snacking. You can find a wide variety of mouthwatering snacks for sale at the different shops and stalls—yakitori or grilled chicken skewers, pork cutlets, and meatballs to name a few. The best part is that these treats are sold at incredibly low prices; some for less than 100 yen.
With a retro feel and a relaxed atmosphere, you can enjoy sampling eat-and-walk snack foods as you window-shop. Expect to find a mix of interesting little specialty shops selling a particular profuct such as miso and general stores that sell clothes and other daily necessities.
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