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The roads that wind through the lush landscape of the Tsugaru Plain in Aomori Prefecture are lined with rice paddies and orderly groves of fruit trees. Once a sparsely inhabited marshland, the region was transformed into an agricultural center by land reclamation projects during the Tokugawa Period (1603 - 1868).
Previously known as Piss Alley, over 60 bars and restaurants are crammed along the side of Shinjuku JR station on the grounds used by post-war black market traders.
Torikizoku serves cheap and tasty yakitori in downtown Shinjuku, Tokyo. 
Nonbei Yokocho, or Drunkard's Alley, is a tiny pathway spitting distance from Shibuya Crossing jammed with tiny bars, restaurants and izakayas. It's like a pocket version of Old Tokyo, and somehow still remains relatively hidden and unknown despite its sensational location.
Gonpachi, otherwise known as the 'Kill Bill Restaurant' located in the heart of Roppongi is one of Japan's best tourist hotspots for any movie fanatic.
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