Sanchoku Inshokugai in Yurakucho Tokyo

What makes it unique about Izakayas and Yakitori shops in Yurakucho Sanchoku Inshokugai is they are all located under the train tracks where people call its area "gado shita (under the girders of a railway)".  Being under the train tracks makes the whole environment somehow look quite retro and exotic (as you can see in the pictures).  You would probably find yourself time slip to the 70s of Japan which is the good old times of Showa era.  The street is extremely narrow and dark (at some point) but don't be afraid, you would eventually find lots of fascinating Japanese red lanterns where you would also find a bunch of local yakitori shops to have exceptional grilled chickens (and the price is also very reasonable).  Enjoy the local experience in Sanchoku Inshokugai in Yurakucho!  

Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 350m, 4 mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Yurakucho Station, Ginza Exit

・Steps to follow : 1 - 11



1. Facing JR Yurakucho Station Ginza Exit ticket gate, turn around and start your way.  


2. Make a right turn at the convenience store (Family Mart).  


3. Walk straight for about 60m.  


4. Make a left turn at the crossing and walk straight for about 70m until you reach the intersection.  


5. Cross the road and make a right turn.  


6. Walk straight for about 30m.  You will make a left turn at the 1st street.  


7. Make a left turn.  


8. Walk straight for about 70m until you reach the end of this street.  


9. When you reach the end of the street, you can find the entrance to Sanchoku Inshokugai to your right.  


10. Go inside from here.  The street is extremely narrow.  


11. Enjoy yakitori (grilled chicken) in Sanchoku Inshokugai (産直飲食街)!

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