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Writer:Yuta Sakaguchi

Hi, I’m Yuta. I grew up and live in Yokohama, a port city near Tokyo. I once lived in Kichijoji, located in the western part of Tokyo. I love walking around a street and taking pictures. On my article I introduce attractions mainly of Tokyo with many wonderful pictures. Please enjoy them!

Suzuro: a modern Japanese style coffee bar in Asakusa!

February 22, 2016

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Suzuro is a modern Japanese style coffee bar in Asakusa. Its Japanese style interior features a Maneki-neko (a welcoming cat) and Chabudai (low dining table), cushions, bright vermillion walls, and large Oiran illustrations. It is conveniently located near Kaminarimon Gate of Sensoji Temple.
There are plenty of menu choices to choose from at Suzuro. For example, some of the options include various bentos (lunch boxes), Soba (buckwheat noodles), Udon (wheat noodles), Onigiri (rice balls), Takoyaki (octopus dumplings), and Oden (stewed ingredients). They also have various alcoholic beverages such as beer, Shochu (distilled spirit), Japanese sake and wine. Additionally, you can order Japanese tea and Japanese sweets during the "cafe time" hours.
Suzuro is a great place to go whether you're looking for a nice restaurant, cafe, or bar. I highly recommend Suzuro if next time you're in Asakusa!

Additional information:

Ambassadors Japan will hold a casual party at Suzuro where everyone can communicate with Geisha in Asakusa, play games with Geisha and watch an authentic Geisha dance!

For more details and ticket information, please visit the following site!

A bento (lunch box)

Onigiri (rice balls)

Soba (buckwheat noodles)

Udon (wheat noodles)

Takoyaki (octopus dumplings)

Oden (stewed ingredients)

Japanese sweets

Japanese tea

Various alcoholic beverages

Tokkuri (sake bottle) and Choko (small cup)