An Ōbaku (the third-largest Zen sect after Rinzai and Sōtō) temple was built in 1629 by Chinese monk Chaonian. Its red entrance gate...
This cosy family-run country-music bar oozes Americana with a Japanese twist. You'll feel welcome here and the Western bar snacks tempt....
Amongst the new restaurants sits this old stalwart, in business since 1624, and a must for history buffs and those with a taste for...
2-1 Maruyama-machi · interesting places nearby
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A sky-high shippoku restaurant dating to 1642 when it was a high-class brothel. If you have Japanese skills or a chaperone, dining companions and a love of food, you might not flinch at the price.