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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Marugoto Nippon showcases regional food, traditional cuisine, and artisanal goods from across the nation, allowing you to enjoy local treats without having to leave the city. The first floor stocks signature products and foodstuffs including over 300 varieties of Japanese sake from all around Japan. On the second floor, you'll find a selection of traditional handicrafts and accessories such as chopsticks, lacquerware, and textiles. The third floor hosts events and workshops and is also home to a cafe serving seasonal cuisine. Head to the fourth floor for lunch or dinner, where you'll find restaurants serving nouveau Japanese cuisine, teppanyaki (grilled meats and vegetables) with halal options, fresh sashimi, and more.
Located in Asakusa, consider a trip to Marugoto Nippon for lunch before heading to one of the many surrounding attractions, which include Tokyo Skytree, Asakusa Hanayashiki (amusement park), and Sensoji Temple.
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