Have you ever survived almost 24 hours with airline food? Frankly I did, onboard Delta Airlines. And for 24 hours, there’s nowhere I’d rather be than 30,000 feet in the air, my favorite place in the world.
The Chef placed Abalone Liver sauce in front of me. I tasted a bit of it and it was really really really creamy and delicious.
Not all restaurants in Tokyo serve delicious food.
At Asakusa Imahan in Tokyo, you’ll get your best valued traditional Sukiyaki wagyu beef meal with great customer service.
Hidden in the neighborhood of Roppongi Hills, RyuGin, literally meaning “Singing Dragon”, is perhaps one of the most awarded restaurants in the world. Let Chef Seiji Yamamoto delight and awaken your senses with traditional Kaiseki Ryori combined with contemporary and modern techniques.
Whatever you call this sacred alley, Omoide Yokocho, Memory Lane, Piss Alley or Yakitori Alley, it has got to be the best alley in Tokyo to grab a yakitori and sake in these little izakayas.
It’s no secret that Omotesando Koffee is perhaps the most popular and sought after coffee in Tokyo metro. But searching for Omotesando Koffee is incredibly difficult and one of the challenges coffee lovers will face in search for the best coffee experience in Tokyo.
Sushi is not Tsukiji’s best kept secret. It’s Turret Coffee.
ICHIRAN Ramen is perhaps one of the most popular ramen chains in Tokyo. It’s easy spotting an Ichiran Ramen shoppe with “一蘭”, and no doubt, the ramen chain is spreading its popularity across Asia, with branches in Hong Kong and Singapore.
And of course, you cannot pass the opportunity of eating Harajuku’s famous French style Japanese crepes.
Who doesn’t love Takoyaki balls?
When in Tsukiji Market, get your 100 yen breakfast omelette at Marutake Tamagoyaki!
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I will never look at Tonkatsu the same way again.
No trip to Tokyo will be complete without stopping by one of Japan’s most well-known landmarks, Meiji Shrine.