Akihabara Electric Town
Post WWII, Akihabara Station became synonymous with a black market for radio parts and other electronics. After the 1960s and '70s when...
Tucked away amid the new Sola City development is this exhibition space occupying a relocated 1917 storehouse once used by the area's...
This Russian Orthodox cathedral, complete with a distinctive Byzantine-style architecture, was first built in 1891 under the supervision...
Climb the original white-tile-clad stairs to the former platform of Mansei-bashi Station to find this ultimate trainspotters' cafe....
This illustrious fish restaurant, in business since the 1830s, operates out of a handsomely crafted 1930 wooden building. The speciality...
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Botan has been making a single, perfect dish in the same traditional wooden house since the 1890s. Sit cross-legged on rattan mats as chicken nabe (meat cooked in broth with vegetables) simmers over a charcoal brazier next to you, allowing you to take in the scent of prewar Tokyo. Try to get a seat in the handsome upstairs dining room.