Restaurant Guide

Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: Luke’s Lobster

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Located on the small side alley off of Harajuku’s Cat Street, this hole-in-the wall eatery serves amazing lobster rolls.
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Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: Shutters

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If you venture out to Tokyo’s off-beat neighborhood Jiyugaoka, I’d highly recommend hitting Shutters for delicious ribs.
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Fresh and raw fish joint near Misawa a real treat

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If you are located on Misawa and want to enjoy delicious, local fresh raw fish around base, Minato Shokudo is the place to go.

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Araki Soba a treasure in Yamagata

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While in Yamagata, don’t miss the chance to try the region’s soba. The Murayama district is known for many soba joints packed in...

Café near Misawa has all the rice Japan offers

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Rice. It’s what’s for dinner … and breakfast … and lunch.

In the Land of the Rising Sun, rice is now as it was in the...

Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: Shake Shack

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Ok, it might not be THE burger place in Tokyo, but it certainly hits the spot with mouthwatering flavorful hamburgers and my all-...

Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: La Boutique de Joel Robuchon

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In case you fancy something French, you cannot go wrong with Joel Robuchon’s casual boulangerie and pastry shop located in...

Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: Deus Ex Machina

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Tokyo is notorious for its unique concept stores and cafés. The space I fell in love with is this L.A.-esque spot hidden in the...

Treat your taste buds with teppanyaki: Yamanami

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A Japanese open kitchen concept, teppanyaki is an art of cooking that builds anticipation and excitement for the...

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