In Teramachi, this Ōbaku temple (Ōbaku is the third-largest Zen sect after Rinzai and Sōtō) was built in 1629 by Chinese monk Chaonian....
During Japan's long period of seclusion, Chinese traders were theoretically just as restricted as the Dutch, but in practice they were...
Cool but friendly, this dark basement bar is a bit of a local icon, cluttered with rock memorabilia. There's a huge collection of tunes,...
Patrons have been ordering the hito-kuchi gyōza (one-bite gyōza; ¥380 for 10) at this rustic hole-in-the-wall since the 1970s. Also...
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.