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Saroshi Japanese handicrafts and delicacies under one roof

Saroshi
© Hamburg Tourismus GmbH / Antje Forytta
Saroshi
© Hamburg Tourismus GmbH / Antje Forytta

The Saroshi store in Winterhude offers everything the heart of a Japan fan could possibly desire! From Japanese handicrafts to culinary specialities, it’s the perfect place to have a browse around.

Saroshi is also a must for anyone aiming to submerge themselves in a completely different world. Located on Gertigstrasse, the store has been demonstrating the full spectrum of Japanese craftsmanship with its everyday objects and interior design pieces from Japan since 1985. The shop now even sells Japanese delicacies and, besides the many tasty delicatessen products on offer, anyone who loves green tea certainly won’t go home disappointed.

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