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My goal was to find my second home in Tokyo.

"I'm home." Many people visit Andon Ryokan like that.

Somewhere nostalgic and warm. The taste of your mother that reminds you of it at random times.

All such elements are summarized in the word "Tadaima."

He treats his customers like his own children, prepares different meals every day, and is particular about the ingredients he purchases.

It's not a fancy meal, but a dish that allows customers to return to their true selves, throw away their titles, and eat by themselves.

The warmth of a person who listens to complaints and sympathizes. All the elements of Andon Ryokan make this place a second home.

How about experiencing it yourself at Andon Ryokan, which attracts many repeat visitors?


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