With its bright red-roofed entrance, topped with a shisa (lion-dog statue), Ginza Washita is hard to miss. Housing Okinawan music, foods and crafts, this shop is a haven for fans of the southern islands who can’t make a trip out there as often as they’d like to. The basement stocks awamori (Okinawa’s answer to shochu) and houses a little parlour area (and we do mean little) serving ice cream and particularly scrumptious Sata-andagi doughnuts.
|Venue name:||Ginza Washita|
1-3-9 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Yurakucho Station (Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku, Yurakucho lines)|