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Suzuhiro Kamaboko Asakusa

1-38-1 Asakusa, Taito 111-0032, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 3-3843-4147
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Local Beer and Traditional Eat in Asakusa

There is a wonderful place I discovered in the streets of Asakusa. There are so many options to eat... read more

Reviewed January 12, 2017
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This Asakusa shop, two blocks away from Nakamise Dori Street and 5 minutes’ walk from Kaminarimon gate and Asakusa station, sells Hakone local beer and Kamaboko (Japanese seafood). It is a popular place to eat in Asakusa. You can take Hakone craft beer and freshly grilled Kamaboko with you while you are exploring the Asakusa historic walking area. Kamaboko is a traditional Japanese seafood product, whose history dates back to the 12th century. Kamaboko has been popular in Japan, even with Samurai! It is said that the lord of Odawara castle Ujitsuna Hojo who rebuilt the Senso-ji temple might like eating Kamaboko as well. Odawara is famous for Kamaboko. Our Hakone beer is brewed using springs from Hakone mountains. Hakone beer’s pilsner has been awarded First Place at the International Beer Award, 2016 Japan`s Brewer`s Cup, and the Asian Beer Cup.
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Jan 11, 2017
“Local Beer and Traditional Eat in Asakusa”
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1-38-1 Asakusa, Taito 111-0032, Tokyo Prefecture
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Reviewed 12 January 2017

There is a wonderful place I discovered in the streets of Asakusa. There are so many options to eat and things to see, but I found the Suzuhiro shop and it made my visit even more enjoyable. They offer local beer brewed in the mountains...More

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hiro s, Guest Relations Manager at Suzuhiro Kamaboko Asakusa, responded to this reviewResponded 9 March 2017

Thank you so much for finding and trying our kamaboko and beer. Last year our Kamaboko was awarded as the best steamed Kamaboko at the biggest Kamaboko competition. Our craft beer was also awarded as the first place at The Japan Brewers Cup, Asia Beer...More

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