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Answered 6 months ago

What is a really amazing restaurant in Tokyo?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

I picked up some amazing/special restaurants. Robot restaurant https://www.shinjuku-robot.com/pc/ Famous Izakaya http://gonpachi.jp/ You should try Japanese buffet with beautiful view. (dinner is bit expensive so try lunch time) https://www.newotani.co.jp/en/tokyo/restauran...

Answered 6 months ago

Where can I buy cheap snack souvenirs (Tokyo Banana, Kitkat etc) or cosmetics (shishedo, kose, etc) in Tokyo and have lots stock of product? Thank you :)

Marie Frances Custodio Marie Frances Custodio, Visited Japan Twice

For snacks like kitkat, tokyo banana, you can buy at the airport. There's plenty of stores in there but I suggest that you shop after the immigration.  Inside the boarding area of Narita Terminal 2, there's Fa-so-la souvenir store. They offer wide variety of Japanese goodies including Royce choco...

Answered 6 months ago

Are there any cultural rules we should be aware of when dining with the baby? Are there types of restaurants where it's not suitable to bring a baby (i.e. Izakayas, fine dining, etc) or are most places family friendly?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Hi!! I agree with Sakamoto san. First of all, please check that the restaurant is non smoking or not. As I had an experience, the essayist way to find the family friendly restaurant is to go to department store or shopping mall. They clearly mention which restaurant is non-smoking or baby welc...

Answered 6 months ago

Are there any cultural rules we should be aware of when dining with the baby? Are there types of restaurants where it's not suitable to bring a baby (i.e. Izakayas, fine dining, etc) or are most places family friendly?

Junya Sakamoto Junya Sakamoto, Living in Japan

Hello,Most of restaurants are badys welcome,but some of restaurants are not bady welcome,in Japan still can smoke cigarettes inside of restaurants,some restaurants are separately,smoking seats or non smoking seats,but small restaurants are not separate smoking or non smoking seats,should be ask r...

Answered 6 months ago

What food I shoul try in Tokyo ?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

I think Monjya is special food from Tokyo.Do you know Okonomiyaki? It is a pancake with vegetable and meat or seafood or even chees as you like. Then Monja is almost same but more liquid. I heard its coming from Tokyo and not a lot of place in Japan will offer that.Most famous Monja town is Tsuki...

Answered 6 months ago

What is best restaurant to visit....? Doesnt need to be famous... but something you would like your tomodachi to try if he comes to visit

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

I would recommend looking for a izakaya (Japanese Pub). You can enjoy various kinds of food and alcohol at the izakaya. There are many styles about izakaya.I think that I recommend a tavern that can enjoy seafood and japanese sake among them.For example, "Uojin" in Tsukishima is cheap and you can...

Answered 6 months ago

Are a lot of shops in Kurashiki closed on Mondays?

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

I have never been to Kurashiki, so I do not know the exact location. However, I think that there are many places where Monday is closed at stores such as restaurants for general customers. Of course there are shops that are open all year round and different days are closed. I will depend on...

Answered 6 months ago

I'll be visiting Tokyo, Japan for my first time Oct 19 - Nov 4 what should I see and do while i'm there?

Dhaval(ダワル) Dhaval(ダワル), Living in Japan

Wow..That’s the great time to visit Tokyo! You can see early-autumn leaves in Tokyo, and some peak autumn at nearby tourist spots! In Tokyo, you can have Tokyo sightseeing, and along with that you can plan Tokyo outskirts, like: -          Kawagoe (known as little-edo) -          Nikko (famo...

Answered 6 months ago

I would like to try sushi in Japan but I don't like the taste of raw fish nor of vinegar. Which type of sushi do you recommend???

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

There are many kinds of sushi that do not use raw fish such as egg (tamago), natto, cucumber rolls (kappa maki), yam, etc. However, vinegared rice is inevitable to sushi.Something similar to sushi that does not use vinegars are onigiri - it's translated to rice ball in English. We stuff all sorts...