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Chuo-ku, Nihonbashi 2-3-4, Plaza Building 1st Fl., Tokyo, , Japan

Sprinkled throughout the city are “antenna shops,” which stock hard-to-find jizake (regional sake), regional food and crafts, and literature on travel to the region (the shops, each representing different prefectures of Japan, also act as PR offices). The Yamaguchi shop in Ginza is worth a visit for its collection of Hagi-yaki, the simple and fluid glazed and crackled pottery of Hagi.

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Oidemasekan Yamaguchi Shop

Sprinkled throughout the city are “antenna shops,” which stock hard-to-find jizake (regional sake), regional food and crafts, and literature on travel to the region (the shops, each representing different prefectures of Japan, also act as PR offices). The Yamaguchi shop in Ginza is worth a visit for its collection of Hagi-yaki, the simple and fluid glazed and crackled pottery of Hagi.