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Asakusa Ameya (Candy) 浅草 飴屋

Asakusa Ameya is a candy store offering traditional Japanese candies and lollipops.

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Ameya offers a variety of colorful traditional candies, which are not only beautiful but also very delicious. Kintaro-ame (rolled candies with complicated patterns cut from one long strand) of various shapes are the height of Japanese craftsmanship and are very popular as a gift.

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