SHOPS, WORKSHOPS, INSTITUTIONS, COURSES INDISPENSABLE IN JAPANESE CULTURE
by Margaux Cintrano
Torrecilla del Leal 20
(Anton Martin neighborhood)
91 053 0789
Livin Japan is a café and restaurant which organises omamori (amulet making) courses,
and holds workshops in Japanese costume making. Definitely an extraordinary
establishment for those interested in Japanese culture.
Calle Martin de Los Heros 37
(Ventura Rodriguez vicinity)
91 541. 8465
Open since 2007, this venue specialises in ecological products hailing from Japan.
They also carry amazingly fascinating culinary tools, teas and a wide variety of servingware
Calle Barquillo 18
91 523 9726
GION opened its doors in the year 2000 in one of the most popular and trendy neighborhoods
in the Madrid Capital. Their specialty is authentic Japanese Kimonos.
Calle Villalar 4
91 7793649 (Shop)
620 143 580 ( Sushi Bar )
Haoris, traditional Japanese jackets, are the best seller at Aneko. They also specialise in Japanese knives, and porcelain servingware.
The owners, the Contreras Family, also are in the restaurant business, and their Sushi Bar,
DOKI DOKI, is located at Calle Velazquez 15.
Calle Mayor 69
91 310 1538
The intercultural foundation of Japan, holds conferences, seminars, interexchange of languages and, additionally,
has an incredible library, book shop and academy for those interested in learning Japanese. It is
located at Nuñez Morgado 4, and the phone number is: 91. 523 . 1806.
622 . 5831
A café loft duplex, it hosts an extraordinary Japanese café and a fascinating Japanese gourmet boutique.
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Kimonos (generic image) for GION/ Prettysleepy from Pixabay
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