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Ningyocho

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Amazake Alley is the small approximately 400-meter long street extending from the Amazake Yokocho Intersection just outside Ningyocho Station to Meijiza. It was given the name "Amazake Alley" because there used to be a shop selling amazake (sweet sake) at the entrance to the alley during the early Meiji Period. Even now amazake is sold at the many sake, Japanese-style confectionary, and other shops, and many people love walking down this alley to experience the Shitamachi (old Tokyo downtown) atmosphere.

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Street address

2 Ningyocho, Nihombashi, Chuo-ku

Access

  • Get off at Ningyocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line

Opening Hours

Closed

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Website

http://www.gotokyo.org/en/kanko/chuo/spot/s_161.html

Best season

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