Edo Koji is modeled after a typical street of old Japan from the 17th century recreating the unique ambiance of the Edo period. Enjoy traditional Japanese goods and dining in our wide variety of shops and restaurants.
Surrounding red pillars, similar to those of the Kanda Shrine, and a tall Edo fortified tower give EDO KOJI traditional ambiance that expresses Japanese craftsmanship. EDO KOJI boasts a mock Edo-style theater, constructed using traditional methods under the supervision of Kabuki actor, Kanzaburo Nakamura XVⅢ. Also, its Edo architecture was desingned and built by Nakamura Sotoji, a company comprised of master architects who specialize in the traditional construction of tea ceremony structures made with natural wood. The black plaster walls are known as Edo Guro, literally Edo Black.
Enjoy Edo-Mae Sushi, Yakitori, Oden, as well as many other Japanese traditional meals. Here, one feels as though they've stepped back in tradition, culture, and history.