How about visiting one of the festivals and enjoy street food? Those places offer various delicio...
It depends on dorayaki. I think that it is roughly 100 to 300 yen.
I recmmend Sushi Zanmai. It's a chane restaurant but serves good quality of sushi at reasonable price. There are two restaurants in Shinjuku.http://honyaku.j-server.com/LUCSUSHIZA/ns/tl.cgi/http://www.kiyomura.co.jp/sp/?SLANG=ja&TLANG=en&XMODE=0&XCHARSET=utf-8&XJSID=0
How about Taiyaki? It's a fish shaped Japanese snack which wraps red bean paste with pancake-like dough. Taiyaki are so tasty and I love it! Especially the one from Wakaba in Yotsuya is my favorite. One Taiyaki is around 100~150 yen at any places.
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Omurice can be considered as a relatively simple dish, but it is more than meets the eye. This dish is quite popular in long-established western food specialized restaurants and cafes (especially in maid cafe) and can have different variations of sauces aside from the traditional ketchup. Most r...
I have used a travel agent. They can reserve any kind of restaurants! However, if you want to go to a famous restaurant, then you got to be in a hurry! The famous restaurants start accepting the reservation prior to 2-3 month!Good luck!
I think good to buy on some big department stores. For example Takashimaya or Isetan food floors. But I don't know that is "best". Please try search the information on web.
One word,Tsukemen.Just search Tsukemen and don't look back. It might be a bit tricky to eat at first, but once you get the hang of it, your life will never be the same.
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Tokyo Sushi-Making Tour offers an amazing sushi class in Kitasenju, eastern Tokyo. Why don’t you join and become a sushi chef when you are in Japan?
Shinjuku is known as the busiest railway station in the world. But, did you know that there are also many delicious foods that await those who are willing to explore its busy streets?
I already stated before, but how about ＠ほぉ～むカフェ (at home cafe http://www.cafe-athome.com/)?It is one of the longest-established maid cafes in Akihabara! It's not too much to say that they are the pioneer of the maid cafe who made commonly known to the public of Japan and the world!
Tsuruya Yoshinobu in COREDO Muromachi, located near Mitsukoshimae Station, let's you enjoy seasonal Namagasghi (the ones beautifully created) and matcha tea set.http://tokyo-mise.jp/http://tokyo-mise.jp/en/menu/index.html
If you are going to visit Tokyo, then I would say "Matsuri" at the Tokyo Station. The Ekiben shop "Matsuri" has more than 200 kinds of Ekiben from all over Japan!
Hub Japan offers various plans to interact with local Japanese in this page:BE A LOCAL:https://hubjapan.io/experiences
That's a pretty tough question! Because of all the restaurants at Tsukiji meet your expectation.Though my experience, even the street food at Tsukiji beyond my expectation easily.As for me, Tsukiji is the wonderland of the Japanese food!
I have never been to this place but here seems to be popular:Zakurohttps://tabelog.com/en/tokyo/A1301/A130101/13002261/
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There are many ramen contests held in Japan. For example by "Walker", the famous magazines.http://ramen.walkerplus.com/gp/2016/result/Maybe considering places in the top in this kind of contest leads to you top ramen houses :)Ramen has such various flavors so what feels delicious depend on person...
When I went to Shinjuku Tsunahachi, they had vegetarian menu, too. But I haven't heard of any vegetarian only tempura restaurant.
How about Oden? It's a dish in which a variety of ingredients such as eggs, white radish, fried fish paste are boiled together in a large pot of seasoned fish broth. You can taste major Japasese food such as Sushi or Tenpura in other places, but I think there are many good Oden restaurants in Gin...