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Best things to do in Ryōgoku

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

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“Popeye boasts an astounding 70 beers on tap, including the world's largest selection of Japanese beers – from Echigo Weizen to Hitachino Nest Espresso Stout. The happy-hour deal (5pm to 8pm) offers select brews with free plates of pizza, sausages and other munchables. It's extremely popular and fills up fast; get here early to grab a seat. From the station’s west exit, take a left on the main road and pass under the tracks; take the second left and look for Popeye on the right. ”
6 locals recommend
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“Ryogoku is known as a great area for trying Chankonabe (a Japanese stew commonly eaten in vast quantity by sumo wrestlers as part of a weight-gain diet). This is one of the good ones in this area. ”
6 locals recommend
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“Ramen store that we highly recommend you to go. :) One of the best one if you love a rich broth. ”
6 locals recommend
Sublocality Level 1
“Where the sumo stadium, many sumo stables, chanko restaurant. Center of the sumo world. Edo-Tokyo Museum,Tokyo Memorial Hall,Kyu-Yasuda Teien Garden^^ Access: Nippori stn(Yamanote line)--Akihabara stn(Chuo-Sobu local line)--Ryogoku stn.”
5 locals recommend
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“Chanko-Nabe is one of the common Nabe, the Japanese style stew. Chanko is an official food for Sumo Wrestlers. It takes 8 min.”
4 locals recommend
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“Famous pork cutlet restaurant with premium pork(sangen-buta). 三元豚を使った有名とんかつ店。”
6 locals recommend
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“Hana No Mai Restaurant in Ryogoku is a great place to eat and enjoy an izakaya style restaurant. With a sumo ring inside and lots of sumo memorabilia this is a great local eat”
4 locals recommend
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1 local recommends
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1 local recommends
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2 locals recommend
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4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“This is a small shopping centre where you get to try Japanese foods including sushi, okonomiyaki, soba noodle....etc ”
4 locals recommend
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“Unaju is a dish that the eel is sliced open, brushed with a salty sweet sauce, broiled and finally served on a hot cooked rice”
3 locals recommend