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amazake chaya
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amazake-chaya is open from the early Edo period in Hakone. Number 732 National way in front of this teahouse a formar "Tokaido".  This tea house is famouse as the origin of its shop name, in the" Amasake". Amasake is sweetish drink beverage that is non alcoholic and non sugar. And other menue is provided for japanese tradisional snacks.

Copyright: Kiyoharu takamura
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Uploaded: 01/05/2012
Actualizat: 22/04/2014
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Tags: amazake chaya; hakone; tokaido; tea house; japanese style cafe
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