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更新日:2016年4月1日

Tales of Times Now Past by Photos

Azabu-juban Shopping Street

This shopping street was developed in the Edo era, more than 300 years ago. During World War 2, despite being burned-down by air-raids, the owners of retail stores and residents came back soon. They built shanty houses on the burnt-out site and the street was gradually restored. The town was named “Azabu-juban” in 1962.
There are about 300 stores at Azabu-juban Shopping Street. One specialty of this street is that well-established and traditional stores and new stores coexist together. The shopping street has on Edo taste and a downtown feeling, as well as being close to more than 20 embassies in the area, both foreign and Japanese people love to shop and go out for a stroll at Azabujuban Shopping Street.


Azabu-juban, 1962 2015
Azabu-juban, 1962 2015

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