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journey of Tokyo 1mile/100miles.

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WIRED HOTEL TOKYO

Spring 2017

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WIRED HOTEL
Unofficial Japan Guide
~Tokyo 1mile & 100miles~
Vol.04 : July 7, 2016 (Thu)

[Theme]
Tokyo 1 mile x 100 mile

[Date]
July 7, 2016 (Thu) 19:00 -21:00

[Place]
Antenna<>WIRED CAFE
inside of the COMMUNE246 market
at Omotesando

3-13 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku,
http://commune246.com/access

[Entrance]
free

*Drink & Food : cash on delivery

[テーマ]
Tokyo 1 mile x 100 mile

[日時]
2016 年 7 月 7日(木) 19:00~21:00

[場所]
Antenna<>WIRED CAFE
@COMMUNE246

東京都港区南青山3-13
http://commune246.com/access

[入場]
無料

Details:
https://www.facebook.com/events/804229719711103/

[Theme]
Tokyo 1 mile x 100 mile
[テーマ]
Tokyo 1 mile x 100 mile
[Date]
July 7, 2016 (Thu) 19:00 -21:00
[日時]
2016 年 7月 7日(木) 19:00~21:00
[Place]
Antenna<>WIRED CAFE
inside of the COMMUNE246 market
at Omotesando

3-13 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku,
http://commune246.com/access
[場所]
Antenna<>WIRED CAFE
@COMMUNE246

東京都港区南青山3-13
http://commune246.com/access
[Entrance]
free

*Drink & Food : cash on delivery
[入場]
無料
Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/804229719711103/
AmbassadorsAmbassadors
WIRED HOTEL Ambassadors to recommend
journey of Tokyo 1mile/100miles.
Ambassador Ambassador 01
Nico Koreni
BirthplaceArgentina
1mileGaien Parlor @ Sendagaya
100milesNuresembi @ Choshi

1mile

Gaien Parlor @ Sendagaya
The old Olympic village at Jingu Gaien offers a green respite from the gray city and a collection of sports and athletic facilities. After working up a sweat there with his local baseball team, Nico always goes to the old-school Gaien Parlor for yakisoba and beer.
2-3 Kasumigaoka-cho, Shinjuku

100miles

Nuresembi @ Choshi
Choshi in Chiba Prefecture is the eastern most town in the land of the rising sun. As such, it is the first town in Japan to see the sunrise each morning. Sporting great fishing and sightseeing spots, Choshi is also known for its nuresembei, or soggy rice crackers.
Choshi area
Ambassador Ambassador 02
Zach Taub
BirthplaceUSA
JobMarketer
1mileMaruko @ Sangenjaya
100milesBike Tour @ Setagaya

1mile

Maruko @ Sangenjaya
At our first event, Zach presented his recommended spots in the form of a love letter to his friend back in the states. The first place he would take anyone is Maruko, a Japanese barbeque joint in his Sangenjaya neighborhood.
2-22-9 Daishido, Setagaya

100miles

Bike Tour @ Setagaya
Rather than choose a spot outside of Tokyo for his 100mile recommendation, Zach choose to introduce a bike tour around where he lives in the residential west side of town. From Sangenjaya and Yoyogi-Uehara to Shimokitazawa, he created a 100mile (more or less) tour within the city.
Setagaya area
Ambassador Ambassador 03
Ruth Jarman Shiraishi
BirthplaceUSA
1mileHayato @ Nishi Ogikubo
100milesIsland Spa @ Enoshima

1mile

Hayato @ Nishi Ogikubo
The logo for Hayato is a collage of the Japanese character for person. They are all about community and the people living in the neighborhood. The menu changes daily depending on what fresh sea food they get that day from the Tsukiji fish market.
3-15-9 Nishiogi Minami, Suginami

100miles

Island Spa @ Enoshima
Enoshima is a small island, actually connected to the mainland by a short isthmus, just south of Tokyo. The surrounding area is full of beaches and surfing, but the island itself also sports its own gems. Ruth's recommendation is Enoshima Island Spa, a relatively unknown onsen and spa.
2-1-6 Enoshima, Fujisawa
Ambassador Ambassador 04
Dmitry Bulakh
BirthplaceRussia
1mileBar Hopping Tour @ Waseda
100milesMitsumugi Bakery @ Miura

1mile

Bar Hopping Tour @ Waseda
The Waseda area of Tokyo is know mainly for the famous university there by the same name. As a university town, it is full of cheap eats. Dmitry recommends several small and local joints to get good and cheap eats and drinks.
Waseda area

100miles

Mitsumugi Bakery @ Miura
Miura is a small residential town south of Tokyo with almost no tourist attractions. However, being a sake sommelier with discriminating tastes, Dmitry found Mitsumugi there. They use all home-grown natural wheat for all their bread, and even brew their own beer!
54-2 Irie, Hatsugoecho, Miura
Ambassador Ambassador 05
Kazuhiro Toma
BirthplaceJapan
1mileKomagata Dozeu @ Asakusa
100milesFishing @ Tokyo Bay

1mile

Komagata Dozeu @ Asakusa
The dojoh, or weather loach in English, is a fresh water fish that is an acquired taste even for the Japanese palate. Dozeu is one of the few places in Tokyo that serve it, usually in a large stew pot. A very fishy fish, Kazu recommends this dish to those who want to experience the real, old-school Japanese flavor.
1-7-12 Komagata, Taito

100miles

Fishing @ Tokyo Bay
Japan is known for its fresh seafood, but in Kazu's mind, the best way to get the best seafood is to actually go out to sea and fish them out yourself. On the morning of our first event, he went out of the shores of Chiba, caught some tachiuo, and brought them back to Tokyo to share fresh sashimi with us all!
The ocean.
Ambassador Ambassador 06
Rudy van Os
BirthplaceNetherlands
1mileBar Hopping Tour @ Asakusa
100milesTea Picking @ Odawara

1mile

Bar Hopping Tour @ Asakusa
Living in the old town of Asakusa, Rudy has access to all the best small and local spots around there. For his recommendations, Rudy provided a tour of all the best eateries, drinkeries, and more in Asakusa!
Asakusa area

100miles

Tea Picking @ Odawara
Odawara is an old castle town south of Tokyo and near Mt. Fuji. The highish altitude is great for green tea farming, and most all green tea grown in Japan comes from this area. Rudy took of on a tour of some places where you can go to actually experience what it is like to farm tea
Odawara area
Ambassador Ambassador 07
Sean Macdonald
BirthplaceNew Zealand
JobApple Store Japan
1mileCafe Reise @ Asakusa
100milesKarinto @ Takao-san

1mile

Cafe Reise @ Asakusa
Coming from a land with a strong coffee and cafe culture, after arriving in Japan, Sean immediately sought out the best coffee of Tokyo. He found it nestled in the back alleys in his neighborhood of Asakusa. Cafe Reise is small shop run by a husband and wife duo who pour their hearts into ever cup.
4-48-15 Asakusa

100miles

Karinto @ Takao-san
Also, nothing can compare to the nature and great outdoors found in New Zealand – or so he thought until he came to Mt. Takao. Just west of Tokyo, Takao-san has been awarded a Michelin star as a must see spot. Sean introduced to us his favorite routes and karinto Japanese sweets.
2205 Takaomachi
Ambassador Ambassador 08
Sayori Wada
BirthplaceJapan
1mile“Senbero” Tour @ Nakameguro
100milesShirakoma-Ike @ Nagano

1mile

“Senbero” Tour @ Nakameguro
Many Japanese words have entered the English lexicon, and now Sayori is trying to introduce a new one: senbero. It roughly translates to “get wasted on only 1000 yen”! There are many bar hopping establishments in her Nakameguro neighborhood that don’t put too much strain on your wallet.
Nakameguro area

100miles

Shirakoma-Ike @ Nagano
Nagano, the prefecture that hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics, is know for it’s vast natural beauty and winter sports. Sayori’s recommendation is Shirakoma Lake and the surrounding wooden lodges with home style cooking.
Sakuhomachi, Nagano
Ambassador Ambassador 09
Mike Staffa
BirthplaceUSA
1mileTroubadour @ Tama Plaza
100milesDiego By the River @ Enoshima

1mile

Troubadour @ Tama Plaza
Living in Japan, one gets used to Japanese-style Italian food, Japanese-style American food, etc.. On the rare occasion can you find real, authentic food like back home. Mike recommends Troubadour in Tama Plaza in Yokohama for it's truly American menu. The chef makes regular trips to the US to find ingredients and ideas.
3-16-25 Shinishikawa, Aoba-ku, Yokohama

100miles

Diego By the River @ Enoshima
Located just south of Tokyo, the Enoshima area is know for it's nice beaches and great view of Mt. Fuji across Tokyo Bay. Also known for great eats, Mike recommends Diego, which like it's name implies, is right on the river. The large terrace offer a great view to enjoy the eclectic international menu. Don't miss the desserts!
1-13-8 Katase-kaigan, Fujisawa
Ambassador Ambassador 10
Marina Polischuk
BirthplaceRussia
JobModel
1mileBäker @ Kagurazaka
100milesMokichi @ Chigasaki

1mile

Bäker @ Kagurazaka
Japanese sweets are known for their low-key sweetness compared to more sugar heavy western sweets. One such pastry is anpan - a sweet bean filled bread bun. Marina has made it her mission to find the best anpans of Tokyo, and her choice is from Bäker, a small family bakery in Kagurazaka.
6-8-30 Kagurazaka

100miles

Mokichi @ Chigasaki
Located just south of Tokyo, and known as a beach and surfing town, Chigasaki is a popular weekend destination for Tokyoites. However, Marina's recommendation for the place to go is Mokichi, an authentic Italian restaurant within a Japanese sake brewery.
7-10-7 Kagawa, Chigasaki
Ambassador Ambassador 11
Gary Bremermann
BirthplaceUSA
1mileDrinking Tour @ Yanaka Ginza
100milesYamato no Yu @ Narita

1mile

Drinking Tour @ Yanaka Ginza
Yanaka is a small neighborhood in the old, east side of Tokyo. The Yanaka Ginza shopping street is the center of the community and comes to life on the weekends with people drinking sake in the afternoon or walking and eating the snacks from the food stalls. Gary recommended his favorites spots from the area.
Yanaka Ginza

100miles

Yamato no Yu @ Narita
Narita is known for housing Tokyo's largest international airport, but it is also a sleepy farm town that can provide a quick weekend getaway from Tokyo. Yamato no Yu is a relaxing hot-spring onsen with no pretense of stuffy luxury. Relatively unknown, Gary was very hesitant to share his secret favorite place.
1630 Ohtake, Narita
Ambassador Ambassador 12
Kevin Otsuka
BirthplaceUSA
1mileFab Cafe @ Shibuya
100milesTera Coffee @ Yokohama

1mile

Fab Cafe @ Shibuya
Running an IT coffee startup himself, Kevin knows his coffee. And living in the Shibuya area, he frequents the unique Fab Cafe ? a mix of a 3D printing facility and cafe. You can try your hand out at 3D printing and design while enjoying coffee bean from Light Up Coffee from Kichijoji.
1-22-7 Dogenzaka

100miles

Tera Coffee @ Yokohama
Just south of Tokyo in Yokohama is Tera Coffee, Kevin’s 100 mile recommendation. Located in an unassuming storefront in a residential neighborhood, all beans are roasted in house. The proprietor himself travels the world to source his beans directly from the producers.
129 Hakuraku, Kanagawa-ku
Ambassador Ambassador 13
Patrick McCoy
BirthplaceUSA
JobProfessor
1mileBar Tram @ Ebisu
100milesBaird Brewery @ Shizuoka

1mile

Bar Tram @ Ebisu
Ebisu is a popular business and entertainment area of Tokyo with a huge variety of restaurants and some of the best bars in the city. Patrick’s recommended spot, Bar Tram, has two faces: a new wave coffee shop during the day, and an absinthe focused bar at night.
1-7-13 Ebisu-nishi

100miles

Baird Brewery @ Shizuoka
Shizuoka prefecture is famous for being the home of Mt. Fuji. It is also famous for it’s natural mineral water that runs off from the volcano’s snow. This make is a ideal location for the Baird Beer craft brewery. Baird operates several restaurants in the city, but for the best beer, come for the brewery tours.
1052-1 Odaira, Izu
Ambassador Ambassador 14
Sako Lancine
BirthplaceCôte d'Ivoire
JobEngineer / TV Talent
1mileIkkenme Sakaba @ Ebisu
100milesOwakudani Onsen @ Hakone

1mile

Ikkenme Sakaba @ Ebisu
While Ebisu is known for its vast variety of high end eating and entertainment establishments, Sako focused on an at-home yakitori chain restaurant that he frequents. Ikkenme means “first stop” and this casual yakitori izakya is a great first stop for your night on the town.
1-8-2 Ebisu-nishi

100miles

Owakudani Onsen @ Hakone
Owakuni Dani onsen is a hot spring resort located in the Hakone area south of Tokyo. You’ll get used to the sulfur smell while relaxing in the soothing hot springs. And don’t forget to try the black eggs ? eggs boiled in the hot spring water that naturally turn black after absorbing the water’s minerals.
1251 Sengokuhara, Hakone
Ambassador Ambassador 15
Craig White
BirthplaceUSA
1mileTa-im @ Ebisu
100milesKevin's Bar @ Karuizawa

1mile

Ta-im @ Ebisu
Israeli food is unfortunately hard to come by in Tokyo, but if you want to get your fix, Craig recommends Ta-im in Ebisu. Run by a 20 year veteran of Tokyo, Ta-im features tahini, wines, and other ingredients imported from Israel. With its humus and use of fresh veggies, this restaurant is also quite vegetarian friendly.
1-29-7 Ebisu

100miles

Kevin's Bar @ Karuizawa
After making a good living in Tokyo for a while, Kevin, the proprietor of Kevin’s Bar, moved up to the resort town of Karuizawa in Nagano to start up this intimate, family style bar and restaurant. When in town for a weekend getaway, stop on by to become part of the family!
12-6 Karuizawa Higashi, Karuizawa
Ambassador Ambassador 16
Yoko Saiyama
BirthplaceJapan
JobPR
1mileDevil Craft @ Kanda
100milesNikko Container House @ Nikko

1mile

Devil Craft @ Kanda
Craft beer joints have been popping up all over Tokyo recently and Yoko’s recommendation is Devil Craft in Kanda, just north of Tokyo Station. Run by it’s three American founders, this brewpub features in-house brewed beers and Chicago style deep dish pizzas.
4-2-3 Nihonbashi-muromachi

100miles

Nikko Container House @ Nikko
Started by a New Yorker who loved the natural forest environment of Nikko just north of Tokyo, Nikko Container House is an old ryokan style hotel with a newer container house addition. *Currently closed for renovations as of May 2016.
Nikko
Ambassador Ambassador 17
Chiara Terzuolo
BirthplaceUSA
JobWriter
1mileKurand Sake Market @ Asakusa
100milesOyaki @ Karuizawa

1mile

Kurand Sake Market @ Asakusa
Japanese sake is undergoing a renaissance in popularity both inside and outside of the country. However, for those new to the drink, it can be daunting to find something to your liking. Kurand Sake Market in Asakusa is a wine seller that offers all-you-can-drink courses from their varied stock.
1-43-10 Asakusa

100miles

Oyaki @ Karuizawa
With family in the Karuizawa area of Nagano, Chiara has been introduced to the best the prefecture has to offer. Oyaki is such a snack from Nagano. A warm bread bun filled with anything from meat, sweet beans, or seasonal vegetables, this is the perfect snack to pack for a hike in the Karuizawa mountains.
Karuizawa
Ambassador Ambassador 18
Christian Langkamp
BirthplaceGermany
JobFinancial Manager
1mileTurret Coffee @ Tsukiji
100milesLighthouse Tokyo @ Kokubunji

1mile

Turret Coffee @ Tsukiji
While famous for it’s fish market, the Tsukiji area of Tokyo also offer a plethora of culinary delights. Turret Coffee, however, is one of the few new wave coffee shops to open in the neighborhood. Christian recommends dropping by in the afternoon after a sushi breakfast at the fish market.
2-12-6 Tsukiji

100miles

Lighthouse Tokyo @ Kokubunji
Not too far out of the city center, Kokubunji is a residential suburb of in Western Tokyo. Normally not an area you would go out of your way to visit unless you live there, Christian recommends making the trek out for Lighthouse Pub. This at-home pub has an international clientele of locals.
2-15-6 Minami-cho, Kokubunji
Ambassador Ambassador 19
Verena Hopp
BirthplaceGermany
1mileUlaan Baatar @ Ryogoku

1mile

Ulaan Baatar @ Ryogoku
Verena’s initial interest in Japan started from Sumo wrestling, and after writing her master’s thesis on the subject, has become an expert in Japan’s national sport. Sumo food is a big part of the culture, and Verena talked about a Mongolian restaurant in Ryogoku run by a former wrestler.
3-22-11 Ryogoku
Ambassador Ambassador 20
Catherine Steele
BirthplaceUSA
JobDigital Advertising
1mileSekielberg Cafe @ Jiyugaoka
100milesUttsumian Kase @ Kamogawa

1mile

Sekielberg Cafe @ Jiyugaoka
Cat spoke from the heart about how hard it is to leave friends and family back home and coming to live in a new country. While living in the stylish Jiyugaoka neighborhood, she came across Sekielberg Cafe and found a new home. Full of neighborhood regulars, this is the perfect place chat up the person next to you.
1-25-20 Jiyugaoka

100miles

Uttsumian Kase @ Kamogawa
Chiba, the prefecture just east of Tokyo, is known for it’s beaches and many weekend getaway spots, but Kamogawa is a small, seaside town that yet doesn’t get much respect. Uttsumian Kase is a soba house is an old, wooden building that takes pride in its noodles and makes it worth the trip.
2329-1 Uttsumi, Kamogawa
Ambassador Ambassador 21
Yasunari Goto
BirthplaceJapan
JobSerial Entrepreneur
1mileTokyo Horse Racecourse @ Fuchu
100milesMarquis Winery @ Katsunuma

1mile

Tokyo Horse Racecourse @ Fuchu
Located in Fuchu in the suburbs of Tokyo, Tokyo Racecourse is one of the world’s premier horse racing tracks. Not just for gamblers, the facility provides a entertainment environment for the whole family. Try the “Katsu” Curry, a pun on “Winning” Curry, at the food court area.
1-1 Hiyoshi-cho, Fuchu

100miles

Marquis Winery @ Katsunuma
Being located in the temperate wine-belt, Japan has an ideal location as a wine producing country. Katsunuma in the Yamanashi area is known for its many wineries and Yasunari’s recommendation is Marquis Winery. Operating since 1891, you can come and try their newer vintages or even 50 year old wines from the cellar.
2488 Shimo-iwasaki, Katsunuma
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