Kitazawa Konishi

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The following article was originally published in Issue 12 of inCiderJapan magazine. Shimokitazawa has long been famous as Tokyo’s quintessential neighbourhood of laid back vibes and bohemian cool and is often referred to as the city’s hippest suburb with its narrow winding streets dotted with eclectic cafés, second-hand clothing stores, vintage record shops, and miscellaneous art galleries, live houses, and […]

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Beer Cellar Tokyo

Beer Cellar Tokyo

The following article was originally published in Issue 11 of inCiderJapan magazine. In the residential suburb of Komae, Tokyo, on a corner about a ten minute walk from the station, is a light pink building with large glass windows welcoming passersby to stop and look in. Those who do are treated to the sight of […]

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Cidernaut

Cidernaut

The following article was originally published in Issue 10 of inCiderJapan magazine. Tokyo’s first legitimate cider bar, Cidernaut, opened to great fanfare in March of this year. One month later, however, as the coronavirus pandemic scare escalated into a nationwide state of emergency being declared, Cidernaut, like many other bars and restaurants across Japan, was […]

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