A base for sharing information on Shiga Prefecture, which holds Japan’s largest lake, Lake Biwa. You can experience Shiga with your whole body, with a bar for savoring local sake from over 30 breweries, and a restaurant that uses plenty of Shiga-grown ingredients, such as Omi Beef, the oldest brand beef in Japan, and wagyu beef produced by specialist butchers. There is also a shop to buy special items such as Omi Beef and funazushi, a type of narezushi, as well as traditional merchandise such as Shigaraki wares.
|2-7-1 Nihombashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
[2F] Lunch: 11:30-14:30
Closed: New Year's holiday
|The closest Station
|Next to Exits B6 and B8 at Nihonbashi Station on the Tokyo Metro and Toei subways
6 minutes by foot from Yaesu North Exit at Tokyo Station
|Includes tourist information center Includes dining-in option Take out available Has an online shop
|Tokyo Marunouchi and Nihonbashi areas
The details may be changed. Please ask each shop.