Sosuke Kimura

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Answered 3 days ago

Best restaurants in Tokyo?

Craig Gillett Craig Gillett, Living in Japan

to be honest anywhere you go will be fantastic. I do recommend that you try the following Okonamyaki, Takoyagi and you must hit a Isakaya ( Japanese pub ). Its the common man's food & its great.One of my favorite restaurant is Freddy's ( http://www.freddys-tokyo.com/ ). I go there when I need a l...

Answered 2 months ago

Minimalist Packing Recommendations on Shorts and Pants that will handle Tokyo Summer Heat and not look out of place?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Summer in Tokyo is extremely hot and we avoid going out for a long time during the day. If you are doing that, you should carry a bottle of water to avoid getting heatstroke. UNIQLO's product AIRISM is very comfortable wear. I am not sure if you can find in your country but you can find in any UN...

Answered 3 months ago

Best use of time in Tokyo in 2 days?

Norman Norman, Lived in Japan

It depends on when you are going Japan, but if it's now, I would say:- Shibuya - Harajuku & Meiji shrine- Shinjuku- Robot Restaurant or Final Fantasy Cafe- Tsukiji fish market - Asakusa- Ryougoku (for Sumo)Hope you have a wonderful stay in Tokyo!

Answered 5 months ago

Can you deliver cake to shiba 2 come home address

Matt Watson Matt Watson, Living in Japan

No, we cannot.We can recommend where to buy a cake, or order one for delivery.There is a Lawson's and a Maruetsu in Shiba 2-Chome. You can buy cakes at both of those places. Lemon Tree is also quite popular: https://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1314/A131402/13088416/You can also order a cake form http://ww...

Answered 6 months ago

What are taboos in Japanese culture?

Folami Small Folami Small, Visited Japan Twice

Please take care not to push past ANYONE in a public area (this comes especially handy if you, as a visitor, are in a shopping situation in a space with narrow aisles). The polite thing to do, in such an instance, is to politely wait, or to gently say 'Watakushi wo yurushi te kudasai.' meaning 'E...

Answered 6 months ago

It's our first time and we want to eat the best sushi and drink great sake. Where do we find this? We also want experience your traditional culture.

For sushi, if you want "the best", go to Ginza area would be expensive though...I recommend you Midori-sushi (http://www.sushinomidori.co.jp/eng/).The price is not so expensive and their sushi is quite good considering the price!!For traditional culture, take my calligraphy class!!lol Or tea-cere...

Answered 6 months ago

It's our first time and we want to eat the best sushi and drink great sake. Where do we find this? We also want experience your traditional culture.

Ming He Ming He, Visited Japan Four times or more

How much is your budget for "best"? If you have $300-$500 per person budget then I would recommend using a concierge reservation service to help you with reservations. Or if you are staying at a nice hotel (such as Park Hyatt or Grand Hyatt) you can email your hotel to help you make reservation 1...

Answered 7 months ago

What is the best place for Japanese culture?

leo leo, Living in Japan

It depends on what kind of Japanese culture you'd like to experience.  Asakusa would be great if you'd like to know good old Japanese culture. Kabuki Cho or Golden Gai in Shinjuku would be also interesting if you like drinking around and downtown. In case you're interested in Otaku culture, you s...

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