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Shin Hashitama Kikiya Honten

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In the second year of Amaki, he founded the "zazen Beans" in the house. Trade name is derived from the original Nanbei was also known as the Tamaki Village of Echigo. The third generation Nanbei, focusing on the fishermen of Tsukuda Island was selling boiled small fish, accompanied by a unique flavor, devised a complete "boiled" in three beats of taste, aroma, and gloss. The name of Tamaki-ya spread to Edo City. At the end of the Meiji period, there were also anecdotes of two or more rows of customers seeking "zazen beans." "Tamoya Nanbei" is now the ninth generation. I opened a new land with the additive-free "white Tsukudani". It is the reason why the tradition of "Tamaki-ya" cannot be faded only by the enterprising shop making.

Phone03-6571-2474
Hours10:00 ~ 19:00 (July, December 10:00 ~ 19:30) until 18:30 on Saturdays and Sundays
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Transportation1 minute walk from Shimbashi subway station, 2 minutes walk from Jr Shimbashi Station
URLhttp://www.tamakiya.co.jp/

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1-8-5 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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