Reborn of "Yamaji"

Reborn of "Yamaji"

Adults head for Kagurazaka because they can enjoy both the bustle and serenity that have been always there since when Tokyo was called Edo.

Its epitome can be found in stone paths surrounded by black fences as a symbol of ryotei architecture.

Located on one such blind path dabbed as "hide-and-seek alley (kakurembo yokocho)," Yamaji has long watched over the entertainment district of Kagurazaka, first as a ryotei, and then as a training hall of traditional dancing.

While keeping its perfectly harmonious appearance with the street, Yamaji will be reborn as a place to create a future culture.




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