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Answered about 1 year ago

What foods should I try in Tokyo?

jimmy oei jimmy oei, Visited Japan Four times or more

You can consider going to a local supermarket and pick up some fresh fruits, for example, peaches and grapes. They may cost more than you are used to pay for the same types of fruits in your own country but you will not be disappointed (I hope) with the quality.  

Published over 1 year ago

“Ieji”, the Sake Bar in Tokyo Monnaka to Try Truly Delicious Sake From Tohoku

“Ieji”, the Sake Bar in Tokyo Monnaka to Try Truly Delicious Sake From Tohoku

Ieji is the sake bar located in Monzennakacho (Monnaka), which is the east side of Tokyo. You can try various truly delicious sake from Tohoku Region, carefully picked by the manager. The manager takes great care of bottles to serve in fresh flavor and provides those sake at a reasonable price (o...

Answered almost 2 years ago

Where to eat cheap local food ?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

If you go to Tokyo Station, some restaurants are open from early in the morning. For example, Hatsufuji offers several types of breakfast sets such as Nikudofu Teishoku (beef and tofu stew flavored with soy sauce, etc) 550 yen.Or hit Tsukiji Market, they are open from early morning!