Tokyo train viaduct shopping center

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Located under a 100-year-old elevated train viaduct in Tokyo between Yura kucho and Shimbashi stations, near the Imperial Palace, visitors will find the Hibiya Okuroji (Hidden Alley) shopping center.

The 1,000-foot-long brick viaduct houses 44 stores and restaurants. There are shops selling leather and textiles crafts, gourmet chocolate and jewelry, while restaurants range from classic Japanese to halal. Visit www.jrtk.jp/hibiya-okuroji (in Japanese only).

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Located under a 100-year-old elevated train viaduct in Tokyo between Yura kucho and Shimbashi stations, near the Imperial Palace, visitors will find the Hibiya Okuroji (Hidden Alley) shopping center.

The 1,000-foot-long brick viaduct houses 44 stores and restaurants. There are shops selling leather and textiles crafts, gourmet chocolate and jewelry, while restaurants range from classic Japanese to halal. Visit www.jrtk.jp/hibiya-okuroji (in Japanese only).