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A sento turned into an izakaya? Discover the one of a kind restaurant Bunbuku!

After being a public batch for 90 years, this store has now turned into a Japanese style pub/restaurant. With essential pieces of the sento culture preserved both in the environment, with an enormous Fuji painting decorating the wall, and in the menu with drinks served in milk bottles!

Read more in our latest article!▶︎ http://visit-minato-city.com/sento-public-bath-turned-izakaya-bunbuku/

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