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Ebisu

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Where to eat in Ebisu

Ebisu Yokocho

Ebisu Yokocho

Perri Silverstein

Ebisu Yokocho is a collection of food counters and izakayas filling a narrow alleyway minutes from Ebisu Station.

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Maze-soba Ramen in Tokyo

Maze-soba Ramen in Tokyo

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In this video, Rena joins Brian on an adventure to taste Wagyu Maze-soba at "Maze-soba Mitsuboshi" in Ebisu, Shibuya-ku. This maze-soba..

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Tenkaippin Ramen

Tenkaippin Ramen

Peter Sidell

With locations across Japan, Tenkaippin is a nationwide chain of ramen shops, offering noodles in a unique and tasty chicken broth...

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Places to stay in Ebisu

Azabu Court Residential Hotel

Azabu Court Residential Hotel

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The Azabu Court Residential Hotel is conveniently located in the quiet town of Hiroo in the center of Tokyo: a relaxing stay only..

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Do C Capsule Hotel in Ebisu

Do C Capsule Hotel in Ebisu

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Close to Ebisu station in central Tokyo, Do C is a modern, stylish capsule hotel and sauna, available for day use as well as overnight..

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Azabu Court Serviced Apartment

Azabu Court Serviced Apartment

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For the price of a business hotel, Azabu Court Residential Hotel gives you more space and a much friendlier atmosphere than standard..

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Ebisu Shrine

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Ebisu Shrine is a pocket of tranquility in the heart of busy Tokyo. The small shrine is completely surrounded by office buildings,..

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Aritayaki Yakimono Ichiba

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Aritayaki Yakimono Ichiba is a store based in Ebisu, which sells a host of Arita porcelain pieces. Arita is located in Saga Prefecture..

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About Ebisu

Along the fringes of Shibuya and Meguro sit Ebisu, a neighborhood that gives off a calm atmosphere. Apart from being a quiet location, it's an expensive residential area that centers around Ebisu Garden Place, an office, shopping, and dining complex rolled into one.

The area's name was coined from Yebisu beer, a popular brand in Japan that used to be brewed in Ebisu. Yebisu beer itself is named after Ebisu, one of the seven Japanese gods of fortune. Beer enthusiasts can keep themselves busy at the Museum of Yebisu Beer, which still remains in the old brewery building.

In Ebisu, you will never go hungry — the area is famous for its numerous small restaurants, izakaya, pubs and standing bars that dot the streets. For those looking for some peace, Ebisu is the place to be. Its significantly toned down in terms of crowds compared to neighbors Shibuya and Roppongi. As such, an older crowd is usually seen around. 

Ebisu is also attracts a fair number of foreigners, who seem to love the laid back vibe the place gives off. The farther you explore Ebisu, the more hidden roads that lead to shops you would never notice there are, making it a great place to get lost and discover new things.

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