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Where to grab a cold one in Tokyo: TRUNK (Kitchen)

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Enjoy a summertime beer terrace in the trendy neighborhood between Shibuya and Harajuku at TRUNK(HOTEL). Alongside its regular menu...

Where to grab a cold one in Tokyo: Peter Cole

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A lot of Japanese bars try to imitate Irish and English pubs, but few manage to truly recreate that spirit. Irish Pub Peter Cole,...

Where to grab a cold one in Tokyo: Dubliners’

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Opened in 1995, Dubliners’ is a Tokyo institution. Since opening its doors in Shinjuku, Dubliners’ has established a chain of...

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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Nagasaki: Sip with the locals

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Located in center of Nagasaki City, Tatanbar is a standing bar and popular hangout were locals, visitors and tourists kibitz over...

Mind-boggling night at Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku

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It’s no secret that Tokyo is a multi-faceted city. It’s tame, serene and business-oriented during the daytime, while as dusk falls...

Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: 800° Neapolitan Pizzeria

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California and Nevada dwellers might already know about this place, and it has now officially made it to Tokyo.

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Wakanui Grill & Bar: A Taste of New Zealand Cuisine

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What could be better than spending a night in a company of great friends, especially when delicious food is involved? Nothing!...

Get a true taste of Nagasaki

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Established in 1899, Shikairo Chinese restaurant is known as the birthplace of “champon.” This Nagasaki delicacy is truly delicious...

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