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Encyclopedia > Ebisu, Tokyo
There is a disputed proposal that this article should be merged with Tokyo

Ebisu is a fashionable shopping district (named after Ebisu, the god of wealth), with many sidewalk cafes and fashion shops. It is adjacent to Daikanyama, famous for fashion boutiques. The Yebisu Garden Place ([1] (http://www.gardenplace.co.jp/english/)) complex, connected to Ebisu Station by travellator, has been a meeting and sightseeing spot since its completion. It stands on the site formerly occupied by a brewery, one of whose products, Yebisu Beer, uses an older spelling of the name of the god of wealth.

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  • Wikitravel: Tokyo/Ebisu (http://wikitravel.org/en/article/Tokyo/Ebisu)

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