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Shibamata Temple Street

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4-8-14 Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo, 125-0052 | +03-3650-9876, Japan
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Type of shop
Food, wine, or spirits, Gifts or curiosities
Features
Historic, Local designers and products

An old shopping street anchored by a Buddhist temple with an intricately carved wooden gate at one end. In addition to many traditional shops selling food, such as grilled eel and mochi dango, there are also folk craft stores offering daruma, religious objects, and more. Relax after power-shopping at the lovely tea house with a classical garden halfway up the street.

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