Seaman - Direction from JR Akihabara Electric Town Exit


Picture Guide to the Restaurant

・Total distance: 550m, 6mins (on foot)

・Starting Point : JR Akihabara Station, Electric Town Exit

・Steps to follow : 1 - 14

 

Direction from JR Akihabara Station, Showa Dori Exit


1. Facing the JR Akihabara Electric Town ticket gate, turn around to start your way.  Walk straight for 10m and you will find "atre1" ahead of you.  

 

2. Make a left turn.  

3. Go outside and keep walking straight for about 100m until you reach the T-junction.  

 

4. When you reach the T-junction, make a left turn.  

 

5. Walk straight for about 100m until you reach the intersection.

 

6. When you reach the intersection, cross the street and keep walking straight for another 100m.  

 

You will make a left turn at the 1st street.  

 

7. Make a left turn at the 1st street.  

 

8. Walk straight for 50m towards the building ahead of you.  

 

9. Go inside the building (passing the coin lockers), and make a right turn. 

 

10. Walk straight for about 40m until you find an intersection.  

 

11.  When you reach the intersection, cross the street and make a right turn. 

Make sure there is highway above you while you are crossing the street.   

 

12. Make a right turn and you will quickly find a narrow street ahead as shown in the picture.  Take this street.   

 

13. Walk straight for about 60m and you will find your destination to your right.  

 

14. This is Seaman (シーマン).  Enjoy the best seafood izakaya in Akihabara! 

 

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