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Yoshiwara and Oiran and TEMPURA

Cuteness of Japan. Its roots can be found in....

In Japan, there was a place called "Yoshiwara".
It is a famous place, the woman named Oiran, but it is not anymore.

Things that Japanese men expect to women,
It is a little childish gesture and innocent face.
The reason is because cute.

Its roots can be found in Yoshiwara and Oiran.

100 years ago, a man who goes to the Yoshiwara walked the banks of the river.
At that time, there was only rice fields.
Iseya was founded around that time.

Eat in Iseya, playing in the Yoshiwara.

So, arrangement of the tempura is like Oiran.
You'll want looking at for a while.

We will create the easy-to-understand guide book.
A place you want to know in Tokyo, please tell us.

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