KOTOBUKIDO


Once you're done with shamo chicken pot, it's time for dessert. Here at Kotobukido, Japanese sweets shop founded in Meiji era and known as a landmark on Ningyo-cho, they serve a cup of tea in the proper manner even though you're buying just one piece of yokan cake. Take time to enjoy it, even though you are in a hurry. That's the true "iki" (sophistication) of Tokyoite.
軍鶏鍋を食べたら、次はデザートの時間。明治時代に創業し、人形町のランドマークとして知られる和菓子屋の壽堂では、たとえ羊羹を一個しか買わなくても、きちんと茶を出してくれる。急いでいる時でも、それをゆっくり楽しむのが真の東京人の「粋」。

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