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Amazing taste of Soymilk in Asakusa

Ichikawa Tofu

Some of you may know the delicious taste of Tofu. But best of best is super delicious taste of soymilk. There are becoming decreasing of the number of such great Tofu shop. But you can easily taste it in Asakusa. Ichikawa Tofu, 3rd generation succeeding Tofu shop.

Ichikawa Tofu
5:00am-1:00pm
4:00pm-7:00pm
Holiday: Wednesday

14-3, 1 Chome, Kaminarimon, Taito-ku Tokyo
Tel. 03.3841.1357

https://www.google.co.jp/maps/place/%E6%9D%B1%E4%BA%AC%E9%83%BD%E5%8F%B0%E6%9D%B1%E5%8C%BA%E9%9B%B7%E9%96%80%EF%BC%91%E4%B8%81%E7%9B%AE%EF%BC%91%EF%BC%94%E2%88%92%EF%BC%93/@35.7107909,139.7935669,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x60188ec0ab3621b1:0x4d8a033f7b949c47

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