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Nagayokocho Rensagai長横町れんさ街

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This restaurant district directly attached to Rocho Rensagai has been around since the early 1950s and has grown into the U-shaped alleyway to Nagayokocho. It’s said that the area is named for the restaurants that were built in a chain-like form (rensa) next to a cinema that’s no longer open. There is a rich variety of shops including izakaya Japanese bars, western style bars and snacks, yakiniku grilled meat, and ramen.

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Aomori Hachinohe-shi Nagayokocho (HachinoheArea)

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Address
Aomori Hachinohe-shi Nagayokocho [ map ]
Area
HachinoheArea
Hours
Depending on the store
Closed
Depending on the store
Fees
Varies by store
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Not available (varies by store)

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