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KAIO Kaitenzushi Restaurant In Diver City, Odaiba

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DEEP JAPAN
 
Kaio is a kaitenzushi restaurant on the 6th floor of Diver City on Odaiba, Tokyo. In addition to the normal conveyor belt, you can use the iPad touch screen to make specific orders, and they are delivered by a little "shinkansen" train on the 2nd level above the conveyor belt. Kids w...

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Genghis Khan Kirishima

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Mongolian style lamb barbecue in Shinbashi
Mongolian-style barbecued lamb is typically known as 'Genghis Khan' in Japan. Genghis Khan Kirishima opened in Shinbashi in January 2019. The restaurant is operated by an ex-Sumo wrestler, Mr. Kirishima, and offers high quality lamb meat. En...

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Sabaai Dheel Restaurant in Shizuoka

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Tasty, very affordable Thai food in Shizuoka city
Looking for dinner one night in Shizuoka City during a visit for the annual Street Performance World Cup, I really wanted something with a bit of spice, so I was very happy to see a couple of Thai flags on a building. I was right to b...

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Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

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TRAVEL GAIJIN POT
 
The Cup Noodle Museum may have the better location, but this buried gem of deliciousness will make you fall in love with Ramen all over again.
There are usually two reasons why anyone would end up in the salaryman’s paradise that is Shin Yokohama — a live concert at Yokohama A...

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Takoyaki

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Japan's everywhere street snack
Takoyaki is everywhere. From department stores to street corners under the rail tracks, scores of little street stalls can be found dotted throughout Japan serving up little battered balls of diced octopus. Regional variations abound and for every stal...

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A Pizza House in Nipponbashi

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Celebrate the joy of hospitality
 
Kuromon markets. Giant rainbow hued fluorescent tubes that look like a Nissan Cedric in Sennichimae. Ma and Pa polishing their kitchen utensils at Doguyasuji Shopping Street. You could almost transport yourself to 1969, for that is not too far from ...

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Daichi Antenna Shop

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Enjoy gelato and Tokatsu region specialties
Perhaps you have passed through Kashiwa Station on the way to or from Tokyo and Narita Airport. When you take a break from your journey, you will see a dense, urban area with many choices for shopping and dining.
The city looks like an exte...

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Nakiryu Ramen

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Tokyo's second Michelin-starred ramen joint over in Otsuka
Nakiryu Ramen (創作麺工房 鳴龍) is a Michelin-starred ramen restaurant in Tokyo's Otsuka district. Originally opened in 2012, it quickly garnered a reputation as one of Tokyo's best ramen shops. The Michelin star seal of appr...

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Kaneko Hannosuke Nihonbashi Tendon

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JAPAN TRAVEL
The fuss behind the up to 3 hour long wait
Who is crazy enough to wait 45 minutes in line in light rain for tempura? Hai!
I was meeting a friend for lunch and she said, "Hey, I know this tempura restaurant in Nihombashi. I always take friends and visitors there. But we may have to wa...

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Kaenzan Lanzhou Lamian: Halal Ramen

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JAPAN TODAY
 
Halal hand-pulled noodles in Tokyo
 
ust 5 mins walk from Ikebukuro station's west exit you can find one of Tokyo's best halal restaurant: Kaenzan Lanzhou Lamian. This hand-pulled noodle shop brings the authentic flavors of the silk road to Tokyo.
You can enjoy halal ramen, fried no...

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