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“Beer after Akihabara”

mAAch ecute Kanda Manseibashi
Ranked #11 of 125 Shopping in Chiyoda
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Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

The Hitachino micro brewery pulled us in after some site seeing in Akihabara. Nice to find jet again a place for special beer.

Thank mieppus
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Reviewed 15 September 2016

Situated inside the old train station foundations, and alongside the waterfront, this place is very unique. The shopping options change regularly as they have a lot of pop-up stores for local designers. There are restaurants on the outside of the building and also the Hitachino Nest Brew Lab so you can eat and shop all in the one place. Very trendy.

Thank Mealzybug
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Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

We nipped in here after walking through akihabara. It is a complete contrast to the main street and it is housed under the arches of the bridge.
Full of artisan goods showing traditional and high quality and also contemporary pieces. If you walk right through the shops you will find a lovely coffee shop near the bottom. Cracking coffee here!

Thank James T
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Reviewed 17 May 2016 via mobile

Read about Maach in a New York Times travel article and also saw a YouTube video about it. That is why I put it on my to see list when visiting Tokyo.

I thought there were more shops in the building. Architecturally it is a very interesting use of space. But sparse as far as vendors to visit. There is a small library/gift shop that caters to the history of the closed Manseibashi railway. Also a couple of restaurants and brew pub.

The most clever space is the compact but bright cafe N3331 on the 2nd level, formerly the train platform. Stop in for a coffee, juice, or sake. It even serves a couple quick lunch items. The current Chuo line still run through. Have a beverage and watch the trains go by.

This isn't too far from Akihabara so you can combine it when in electronic town.

Thank Lillian H
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Reviewed 15 May 2016

I loved the architecture here. It took us less than an hour to walk through the lineup of stores. Prices seemed a bit higher but likely due to the uniqueness of their products. We arrived here by taking the JR Yamanote train to the Akihabara station - exit at the Electric Town (denki gai) exit. Its a 5 minute walk to this site.

Thank HawaiiAndi
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