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Answered about 20 hours ago

Solo in Tokyo...staying at the Tokyo Hilton, where should I eat?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

Thank you and sorry for late reply… If you want to eat at real Japanese style restaurant, I recommend those restaurants. Japanese Western  https://www.nakamuraya.co.jp/manna/#about Ramen Japanese noodles http://menya634.co.jp/storelist/shinjuku/ Izakaya  https://guruna...

Answered 5 days ago

Best Ramen in Shinjuku?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

I like 2 ramen shops in Shinjuku. 1: Menya Musashi http://menya634.co.jp/ This is the one of pioneer ramen shop in Shinjuku or Tokyo. If you like "real" ramen, please tast it there.   2: Menya Kaijin. https://tabelog.com/tokyo/A1304/A130401/13045287/ This is a new style ramen shop. The soup is ma...

Answered 5 days ago

Are there food guided tours in Sapporo?

Norman Norman, Lived in Japan

How about hiring a guide in Sapporo? You can enjoy the Sapporo Central Wholesale Market with your own guide. The private guides are relatively affordable in Japan. So you can contact them before your trip and make a plan. The Crab Market is just unforgettable!

Answered 6 days ago

How can I find a factory to make our relish

Norman Norman, Lived in Japan

How about Cup Noodle Museum? I bet you can get fun there. If you are in Tokyo, then you can visit in Yokohama. Or if you are in the west, then you can find it in Osaka. This is the experience type of museum, so fun and especially so tasty when you make it your own Cup Noodle!https://www.cupnoodle...

Answered 6 days ago

Which street food or local food should i try?

Norman Norman, Lived in Japan

Yakitori is recommended!Each time when I go to Japan I definitely eat that. Yakitori is a small grilled chicken over a charcoal fire. There are many flavors of Yakitori, but you often can see the dipped Yakitori in the sweet Soy sauce flavor. You will definitely will love it!

Answered 11 days ago

Tappenyaki - Fried Rice??

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

We have 2 kind of teppanyaki in Japan. 1. Famous teppanyaki in the world: chef cooks in fr of customer. In this case we eat meat, vegetables, fried rice (like a chahan style as  Dag mentioned2. Traditional teppanyaki in Japan:   Okonomiyaki and Monjayaki. Okonomiyaki is pancakes w.meat, seafood a...

Answered 17 days ago

Which Tonkatsu restaurant in Tokyo is your favorite?

Ako Ako, Living in Japan

My favorite Tonkatsu restaurant is Maisen. (http://mai-sen.com/) This Tonkatsu is so soft that it can be cut with chopsticks. Sources for Tonkatsu are also delicious. You can choose the kinds of pork. Hope you will like it.

Answered 17 days ago

Which Tonkatsu restaurant in Tokyo is your favorite?

Goro Goro, Lived in Japan

My favourite restaurant is Saboten. You can find about 70 restaurants in Japan. Nice meat and we can get rice and cabbage salad as much as we want!! Please see the restaurant details here!! (I can’t reach an English site... but there is.) Bonne appétit :)http://www.ghf.co.jp/saboten/

Answered 18 days ago

Tappenyaki - Fried Rice??

Dag Klingstedt Dag Klingstedt, Living in Japan

Teppanyaki = steel plate (teppan) + fry (yaki).. An assortment of different dishes, which include beef, shrimp, squid, octopus, okonomiyaki (a kind of filled pancake) and, yes, fried rice..

Answered 18 days ago

Tappenyaki - Fried Rice??

ks ks, Living in Japan

Teppanyaki is Japanese cuisine of cooking and eating meat and vegetables etc on a hot iron plate. Fried rice is Chinese food.

Answered 22 days ago

I would like to visit a large supermarkets used by the local Japanese people. I am staying at the Mercure Ginza

Alan Teoh Alan Teoh, Visited Japan Four times or more

Thank you all for the feedback.The supermarkets I am looking for is one where I can buy fruits at a relatively lower price during my stay in Tokyo.I have googled and found a Ito Yokado supermarket outside Oimachi Station, 17 minutes due south of Tokyo. I am assuming this is a large supermarkets (...