• Chikuma Miso

    Address :1-1-15 Saga, Koto-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3641 5101 URL:http://www.chikuma-tokyo.co.jp/  Start bean paste brewing in at the time of the Fukagawa Eitai Bridge. Predecessor in the family line of Mr. Takeguchi Sakubei Katsuyoshi who advanced to Edo from Ise Chikuma Gou(the present Mie Pref. Matsusaka City Chuuma Town) be in 1688 the Genroku first year […]

  • Toraya

    Address :4-9-22 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3408 4121 URL:http://www.toraya-group.co.jp/  Toraya is one of the oldest makers of traditional confectionery in Japan. According to an archive, Toraya was already supplying confectionery to the Imperial Family in the 16th Century as it still does today. From the earliest times to the present day, the ownership of […]

  • Toriyasu

    Address :2-11-7 Higashinihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3862 4008 URL:http://www.aigamotoriyasu.com/  Our restaurant opened for business in 1872, and still today we serve the exact same dish–Aigamo sukiyaki–unchanged in flavor or style in well over 100 years. “Aigamo” refers to a duck that is a cross between a domestic white duck and a wild mallard. The […]

  • Chomeiji Sakuramochi

    Address :5-1-14 Mukoujima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3622 3266 URL: http://www.sakura-mochi.com/  We began making and selling sakuramochi in 1717. Sakuramochi begins with a thinly fried flour shell much like a crepe. In this is wrapped a dollop of sweet bean paste, and the whole thing is then wrapped in three cherry leaves that have been preserved in salt. […]

  • Habutae Dango

    Address :5-54-3 Higashinippori, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3891 2924 URL:http://www.habutae.jp/  Dango were brought to Japan from China originally as a food offering for the gods, but in the Edo Period dango skewered on a stick became a popular treat among the common people. Tea houses sprang up along the main thoroughfares where people could stop […]

  • Haibara

    Address :2-7-6 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3272 3801 URL:http://www.haibara.co.jp/  Haibara was established in 1806 in the Nihonbashi district of Edo (modern day Tokyo) as a retailer in “washi”or Japanese handmade paper, and to this day we continue to supply our customers with quality paper in whatever quantity they desire, from single sheets up. Paper […]

  • Kanmo

    Address :1-11-8 Nihonbashi muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3241 3988 URL:http://www.hanpen.co.jp/  Established in 1688, we have been making and selling hampen and kamaboko at the same location for over 300 years. Hampen dates from the Edo period. The main ingredient is shark meat pounded into a paste, to which is added a type of yam […]

  • Kanda Yabu Soba

    Address :2-10 Kanda Awajicyo, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3251 0287 URL:http://www.yabusoba.net/  Yabu Soba opened its doors for business in 1880. “Soba”, or buckwheat noodles, tempura and sushi, are three popular Japanese dishes that date back to the Edo Period. Soba noodles are a favorite anytime all over Japan, but are also traditionally enjoyed on certain […]

  • Komagata Dozeu

    Address :1-7-12 Komagata, Taito-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3842 4001 URL:http://www.dozeu.com/  Our restaurant began operating at its present location in 1801 during the rule of the eleventh shogun, serving “dojo” or Japanese loach—a favorite dish among the townsfolk—to visitors to the famous Sensoji Temple in Asakusa. For six generations we have continued to serve dojo cooking, […]

  • Miyamoto Unosuke Co.,Ltd.

    Address :6-1-15 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3874 4131 URL:http://www.miyamoto-unosuke.co.jp/  Founded in 1861, for the past 145 years we have specialized in the manufacture of taiko drums and other musical instruments for festivals. Our store is located in Asakusa, in an area that used to abound in Kabuki theaters. Over the years Miyamoto Unosuke has […]

  • Ohnoya-souhonten

    Address :2-2-1 Shintomi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3551 0896 URL:http://www.oonoyasohonten.jp/  Ohnoya was established in the 1770s and moved to its present location in Shintomi-cho in 1849. For generation after generation we have made and sold “tabi”-the slipper-like socks for use with the kimono. The names “Ohnoya” and “Shintomi-style tabi” became widely known with the creation […]

  • Nakasei

    Address :1-39-13 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3841 4015 URL:http://nakasei.biz/  Founded in1870, Nakasei has carried on the tradition of Edo-style tempura for six generations. Whereas tempura usually consists of deep-fried seafood and vegetables, Edo-style tempura serves nothing but fish and shellfish caught in Tokyo Bay and deep-fried in aromatic sesame oil. Nakasei’s exquisite tempura has […]

  • Sarashina Horii

    Address :3-11-4 Motoazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3403 3401 URL:http://www.sarashina-horii.com/  Our founder was originally a fabric merchant in the Shinshu region of Japan, but he gained a reputation on the side as a maker of fine soba noodles. In1789, at the suggestion of his lord, he switched jobs and opened a soba noodle shop in […]

  • Saruya

    Address :18-10 Nihonbashi Koamicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3666 3906 URL:http://www.nihonbashi-saruya.co.jp/  Established in 1704, Saruya is the only shop in Japan specializing in toothpicks. Of course our toothpicks are not the machine-made, mass-produced items you find anywhere, but hand-crafted, quality toothpicks made from “kuromoji” or spicewood (lindera). Kuromoji is a member of the camphor (linden) […]

  • Sembikiya Main Store

    Address :2-1-2 Nihonbashi muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Phone :03 3241 8818 URL:http://sembikiya.co.jp/  Sembikiya got its start in 1834 when a samurai from the village of Sembiki in present day Saitama Prefecture moved to Edo and opened a shop in Nihonbashi selling fruit and greens. Eventually he went on to become the first merchant in Japan to […]

  • Shinbashi Tamakiya

    Address :1-8-5 Shinbashi, Minato-ku,Tokyo Phone :03 3571 7225 URL:http://www.tamakiya.co.jp/  Shinbashi Tamakiya opened its doors for business in 1782 away from central Edo in what is now the Shinbashi district of modern Tokyo. We are well into our third century of offering quality products that preserve and keep alive traditional Japanese flavors. Our founder was born […]