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Souvenirs
NishimuraKurimushi-yokan
(steamed chestnut and adzuki bean sweet)
KibundoKawara-senbei
(tile-shaped rice crackers)
TokiwadoKaminari-okoshi
(millet-and-rice cake sweet)
HyobandoRice cracker, Japanese traditional confectionery
Ebiya
so honpo
Edo-mae tsukudani
(seafood/seaweed boiled in soy sauce)
Kimuraya honpoNingyo-yaki
(baked doll-shaped sweet with bean filling)
UmezonoOshiruko
(sweet adzuki bean soup with rice cake)
AngelusEuropean-style cakes
and confectionery
FunawaImo-yokan
(sweet potato sweet)
YagenboriNana-iro togarashi
(seven-pepper seasoning)
KumanoyaJapanese gourmet delicacies
Restaurants/Bars
Komagata DojoDojo(loach)
Asakusa MugitoroTororo ryori
(yam dishes)
Kamiya BarDenki bran
(brandy and other alcoholic beverages)
OwariyaSoba
(Japanese noodles)
MiurayaFugu
(blowfish)
SansadaTempura
ChinyaSukiyaki
KawamatsuUnagi(eels)
AoimarushinTempura
TsuruyaUnagi(eels)
DaikokuyaTempura
KoyanagiUnagi(eels)
Kamameshi HaruKamameshi
(boiled rice with various flavored ingredients)
YoshikamiWestern-style cuisine
Sushihatsu
so honten
Edo-style sushi
Asakusa ImahanSukiyaki
Dojo IidayaDojo(loach)
SankakuFugu(blowfish)
NakaseiTempura
AzumaDowntown-style cuisine

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