Kagoshima Yuraku-Kan
Hibiya: Antenna shop
Kagoshima Yuraku-Kan (Hibiya: Antenna shop)
Kagoshima Yuraku-Kan
Open 10am-8pm (Sat, Sun -7pm) daily.
Sun: Open Sundays

This rather large antenna shop sells a good variety of local food products from Kagoshima Prefecture, including freshly made satsuma-age (deep-fried vegetable- and fishcakes). Ready-made kakuni and tonkotsu stews made with local Berkshire pork can be found in the freezer cabinet alongside charcoal-grilled chicken and frozen fish.

There's also an impressive selection of shochu, and a bit of fresh produce (mostly yams). Up on the second floor is a Kagoshima restaurant, and on the third floor there's a local craft shop.

Chiyoda-ku, Yurakucho 1-6-4, Chiyoda Bldg 1-3F, 9F.
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