Exploring Yokocho Alleys: a Guide to the Back Streets!

Yokocho alleys are areas of narrow lanes on the side of a main street where there is a high concentration of pubs, bars and other kinds of eateries. They were originally roughly built local marketplaces during the reconstruction phase post WW2. Yokocho alleys are extremely interesting to visit for their quaint atmosphere, authentic foods, and good drinks!

Exploring Yokocho Alleys: a Guide to the Back Streets!

Ultimate Guide To Amazake Yokocho

Amazakake Yokocho is a place of historical and cultural significance. The street has been a bustling area since the Edo period and nowadays, many stores sell Japanese traditional snacks. It's a nice place to stroll through and while trying out many different foods at different addresses. Here is more on this famous area.

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Ultimate Guide To Hozenji Yokocho Alley In Osaka

Hozenji Yokocho is a beautiful historic street in Osaka. So many people visit the area to see a glimpse into the past of Osaka and to enjoy lots of great Osakan foods!

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About Shinjuku's Omoide Yokoche 思い出横丁, A Must-See Gem In Tokyo

The meanings of "omoide" 思い出 and "yokocho" 横丁 are respectively memory and back alleys. So Omoide Yokocho is sometimes referred to in English as the "memory lanes" of Shinjuku, Tokyo. Visiting the Omoide Yokocho is among the most interesting to do in Shinjuku. Here's all about Omoide Yokocho!

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Eating Tour Guide of Ameyoko in Ueno!

Looking for an interesting eating tour in one of Tokyo's most famous shopping streets? Ameyoko is your answer! The area is also known as Ameya Yokocho for it has the characteristics of the typical yokocho alleys where you find heaps of cheap bars and eateries. Here are some great shops to stop at for a tasty treat while you stroll in the area!

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