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  • Asakusa Naniwaya

    Franchise of a historic taiyaki store, also famous for shaved ice.

  • Asakusa Kagetsudo

    Queues for the freshly baked Jumbo melon pan-soft and amazing!

  • Asakusa Izumi

    A sweets parlor in Asakusa where you can enjoy the mild taste of Japanese sweets.

  • Asaichi Shokudo Mako-to-Yasube

    1-minute walk from Hakodate station, a popular kaisen-don restaurant

  • Asaichi Akebono Shokudo

    Traditional Japanese restaurant established 45 years ago

  • Asahikawa Ramen Aoba

    The pioneer of Asahikawa ramen! An old ramen place loved by fans since they opened in 1947.

  • Asada

    Established in 1854. With the owner being a Sake master, Japan's best Sake can be enjoyed along with Juwari Soba and other dishes.

  • Araiso Ryori Kumanoya

    A long-standing Japanese restaurant in Shiretoko that is a World Natural Heritage Site. It offers dishes with fresh local ingredients.

  • Anmitsu Mihashi

    Recharge at a historic anmitsu store opened in 1948 after walking around.

  • A la Campagne

    A popular French restaurant, created by the owner and the chef who loves Furano so much.

  • Akasaka Aono

    Get a taste of Japan in a historic Japanese sweets store established over 100 years ago.

  • Aji no Sanpei

    The birthplace of miso ramen, standard dish of Sapporo.

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