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Songs about Shinbashi:
Keihin-Tohoku Line & Negishi Line (Hamamatsucho-Shinba... SeriesE233 by Cobalt Sound from the Album  Keihin-Tohoku Line & Negishi Line
Keihin-Tohoku Line & Negishi Line (Shinbashi-Yurakucho) SeriesE233 by Cobalt Sound from the Album  Keihin-Tohoku Line & Negishi Line
shinagawa->shinbashi by Sannana from the Album JNR Type113 atami->tokyo moha113-1119 2003.11.27
Shinbashi Blues by Johnny Watson and his Orchestra from the Album Occupied Japan - The Legendary Recordings By The Shinchu-Gun Soldiers 1950-53
Shinbashi Rolling night by Chika Oshiro from the Album Shinbashi Rolling night
shinbashi->tokyo by Sannana from the Album JNR Type113 atami->tokyo moha113-1119 2003.11.27
Yamanote Line Shinbashi-Hamamatsucho by Cobalt Sound from the Album Yamanote Line (Shinagawa-Shinagawa) Seriese231
Books about Shinbashi:
Shinbashi Karasumoriguchi youth Hen (Mass Market Paperback) (1991) ISBN: 4101448051 [Japanese Import] by Makoto Shiina (0100)
Kafu novel <3> Sumida river ridicule Shinbashi Yawa (1986) ISBN: 4000910639 [Japanese Import] by Takeshi Nagai luck (0100)
(Volume 8 Kafu complete works) tyrant Shinbashi Yawa (2010) ISBN: 4000917285 [Japanese Import] by Nagai Kafu (0010)
Tokyo Photo Shinbashi, Akasaka, Asakusa Meiji (2011) ISBN: 4046532424 [Japanese Import] by Kei Ishiguro chapter (0010)
5 minutes of Shinbashi (Asuka Comics DX) (1990) ISBN: 4048521365 [Japanese Import] (0010)
The simultaneous Shinbashi whistle (2013) ISBN: 4286134075 [Japanese Import] by Natsume Zhou (0010)
Seven o'clock Shinbashi Karasumoriguchi afternoon (Rakisshu comics) (1996) ISBN: 4887410735 [Japanese Import] by Ishida education picture (0010)
Movies about Shinbashi:
Variety - Hashigo Man Keihin Tohoku Sen Shinbashi Kanda Ueno ANSB-50037 Unrated -
Wiki information Shinbashi:
Shinbashi is a district of Minato, Tokyo, Japan, located south of Ginza, west of Tsukiji, east of Toranomon and north of Hamamatsucho.
The Shinbashi Enbujō is a theatre in the Ginza neighborhood of Tokyo, Japan. It is a major kabuki venue, though other types of performances take place there as well.