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Captain Kangaroo Hamburger

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Massive Burgers And More In Okinawa
If you plan to visit Okinawa in the future, you'll find an abundance of unique regional cuisine on offer which is well worth trying. Dishes like Okinawa soba and goya champuru (a stir-fry dish with bitter melon as the key ingredient) are a couple o...

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HATAGO Sake Bar and Izakaya

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A Well-Known And Much-Loved Sake Hangout In Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture
Regarded as Japan’s national drink, and increasingly promoted to a growing number of fans overseas, it is no wonder why many foreign residents and visitors are interested to learn more about sake.
Sake brewery visi...

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Ikkaku Grilled Chicken Restaurant

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Japan's Finest Grilled Chicken With The Crunchiest Skin
Japan is a great place to come for food, and whilst it may be most famous for its seafood offerings, meat options should not be sneered at.
From the delectable steak in Kobe, to Genghis Khan lamb in Sapporo and even the ubiquito...

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Fuunoki Shokudo

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Home Style Meals And Hearty Portions In Ureshino
When wandering around the charming onsen town of Ureshino looking for a bite to eat, we stumbled across Fuunoki Shokudo because of their bright red awning and mint-colored window frame.
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Imotaro

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Grilled Sweet Potato Triangles
Strolling through Kawagoe's famous Kurazukuri Zone (Old Storehouse Zone), we spied a sign advertising sweet potato onigiri. Curiosity and hunger made us duct into a small and dark shopping alley where we found Imotaro, a humble shop run by men who seeme...

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Tomita Ramen in Matsudo

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Most Consistently Highest-Ranked Ramen Shop In Japan
 
Tomita Ramen is arguably one of the top ramen shops across Japan. Don't take my word for it either — at the time of writing it proudly sits at the top of the Ramen Database with an average 99.22 score in Number 1 spot, twice winn...

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None Kitchen: "Sushi Cake" in Kochi Prefecture

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Women In Toyo Preserve Their Local Culinary Tradition
In the little town of Toyo, in Kochi Prefecture, a local women’s group is making sure that their 130-year tradition of kokera zushi doesn’t die out.
This impressive regional specialty can best be described as a layered “sushi cak...

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Egg & Spuma Overrun by Sanrio

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JAPAN TARVEL
Kuromi And My Melody Cute The Place Up!
Calling all fans of sweets, food, and cuteness! Egg & Spuma in Lumine Est Shinjuku has partnered with Sanrio to make an absolutely, wickedly cute collaboration starring Kuromi and My Melody lasting until the end of October.
 
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Kyoto Uji Fujii Chaen

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Kyoto Green Tea Delights In Shibuya
If you love everything green tea, then Kyoto Uji Fujii Chaen is for you. Here, green tea is not limited to a refreshing beverage, but is also used as a main ingredient in various savory dishes like soba noodles, cakes and desserts.
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Kissa Saeki Hiroshima

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JAPAN TRAVEL
 
 Blending The Old With The New For Special Dietary Needs
In Japan, a kissaten refers to a traditional type of coffee shop that became popular in the Showa Era (1926–1989). While there are still kissaten out there, many have been replaced by more modern cafes, or chain coffee shops ...

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