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A facility where you can lay down on lava rock from Mount Fuji, which is full of minerals and negative ions that warm your body from the core.
Offers a wide variety of products, from incense sticks, candles, and small Japanese-style items to high-class gemstone incense burners and vase stands.
This restaurant uses no chemical seasonings in their ramen, so you can enjoy a traditional Japanese soup.
Food that already fits Japanese tastes without being modified.
The comfortable interior is made of plain wood, and the Japanese cuisine born from the head chef's blade has a taste only an expert well-versed in the proper ingredients can achieve.
Wagashi (Japanese sweets) that allow you to enjoy the four seasons of Japan with your eyes and experience them through taste.
Convenient access from Haneda Airport and Shinagawa.
Located adjacent to Metropolitan Subway Magome Station
The menu features Chinese and English, as well as photos.