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Answered about 21 hours ago

Where does the locals go to eat crab in Sapporo?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

I have met few people from Hokkaido, but for people in Hokkaido, crabs are not a thing to eat outside usually. They buy raw crab (sometimes a live crab!) at fish market or supermarket, and boil it at home. When I went to Kushiro, I found a UFO cather of live crab!! Surprising, isn't it? I caught ...

Answered 2 days ago

kaiseki cuisine and insolite

leo leo, Living in Japan

I recommend Tofu-ya Ukai to enjoy Kaiseki cuisine in Tokyo. As in their name, the restaurant is famous for tofu but they also serve beautiful and tasty Japanese course. The restaurant is ander the Tokyo tower and the place is isolated from busy area, so you can enjoy silent atmosphere.http://www....

Answered 6 days ago

Where is the best place for street foods?

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

Nakamise dori Shopping Street has lots of street food. It is a shopping street towards Sensoji Temple, so if you have a chance to visit Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, you will definitely pass the street. There are lots of Japanese snacks, including those limited in Asakusa such as "Kaminari Okoshi" (...

Answered 6 days ago

Where is the best place for street foods?

leo leo, Living in Japan

I reccomend "Yanaka Ginza Shotengai" which you can walk from JR Nippori station. You can enjoy Croquette,  Ikayaki (grilled aquid), Yakitori and so on. Each food can be taken out so you can enjoy walking the retro street eating those street foods.

Answered 8 days ago

What are some affordable kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo?

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

Kaiseki full course usually costs over ¥10,000, but for lunch, somebody place simplify the course and serves at a cheaper price.For example, Inshoutei in Ueno Park offers "Hanakago Gozen" from ¥3,600 including sashimi, tempura, multiple small side dish, miso soup, and dessert. 

Answered 8 days ago

Are foods in Japan expensive ?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

There are cheap places in Japan. For example Gyudon, beef rice bowl, chain stores like Yoshinoya and Matsuya offers a medium sized rice bowl in less than 500 yen. Also, a Tendon, Tempura rice bowl, chain stores called Tenya, offers a basic tempura rice bowl in about 500 yen. Hanamaru Udon offers ...

Answered 11 days ago

Where can I learn how to make wagashi in Tokyo?

kunoichi kunoichi, Living in Japan

I don't know any particular class that I can recommend. ABC cooking studio, which is one of the biggest cooking class for Japanese, used to offer wagashi cooking class for tourists but it seems to be terminated. They only had Tsukiji market tour + sushi making class.I found one on google. Maybe i...

Answered 16 days ago

What is a really good restaurant that will be open on 31 dec?

Sosuke Kimura Sosuke Kimura, Living in Japan

I think that restaurants in hotels are open on 31.But I do not know if they are truly open unless you contact..For example: Hotel New Otanihttp://www.newotani.co.jp/en/tokyo/And there is a high possibility that restaurants in big cities are open.For example:Shibuya, Shinjuku, Roppongi, IkebukuroI...

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