・“Omedetai-yaki Hompo”: There are shopping streets both on your left side and right side after you get off the train! Let’s eat “Taiyaki” and get ready for the tour! Taiyaki is a fish-shaped pancake filled with bean jam. Find your favorite one from their extended variety! of course, they have sweet ones, savory ones, seasonal limited ones, and other rare ones!
・“Uokei”: There are fresh raw fish at a fish shop in the shopping street! What kind of food do you want to have in Japan? They also sell from small portion so try the ones you like!
・“Nikuno Kumono”: A meat shop that serves superb croquette! The unique name of each menu is also worth giving attention to. Get your favorite side dishes!
・“Tori&Deli”: A deep fried chicken shop with a lot of signatures of Japanese celebrities which proves that it is delicious. It is up to you whether you take it out or eat in! They fry it after you order it so you will always get fresh-fried juicy deep-fried chicken.
・“Goto Kamaboko-ten”: A shop where “Oden” and croquette collaborates! “Oden” is fishcakes and vegetables served in soup stock. The croquette served here has Oden in it! They are all small that you can eat it in a bite and really tasteful!
・“HARIMAYA”: An good old bakery! It is typical Togoshiginza-ish that they don’t sell their bread inside their shop but over the counter! Curry bread and pirozhki are their specialties!
・“Meijigyunyu Togoshiginza no gyunyuya”: Now that you bought many delicious foods, you will also need the best drink! They even serve alcohol at this small milk shop on the street!
・Togoshi Park: A chilling park with benches around the pond. Enjoy your foods and drinks you bought!
・Togoshi Hachiman Shrine: You can sit on a couch and drink tea while you get your red ink stamp at this thoughtful shrine. You can also explore Japanese culture such as “Wanage”, sort of ring toss.