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Reply To: Wheelchair accessible restaurants in Tokyo and Kyoto
- ModeratorOctober 16, 2022 at 12:47 am
Tokyo: I recently found Uracori (裏コリ) a small restaurant complex area just under the Yamanote line between Shinbashi station and Yurakucho station. “They are mainly Japanese cuisines incl. ramen, Yakitori, sashimi, etc. As they are new, they have accessible toilet and the ramen shop “Kitakata” is also accessible. As they are new and their website is in Japanese only, maybe not known to many foreign visitors even though the place is quite close to Ginza. I think it is a matter of time.