Category: Tokyo

Food: Kyubey (Tokyo)

Since I just did a recent post on Sushi Zanmai, which is sushi for a reasonable price, I thought I would do one on Kyubey today. Kyubey is significantly higher quality sushi than Sushi Zanmai, although it comes at a significantly higher price. If you can go for lunch, it is the same quality fish…

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Food: Sushi Zanmai (Tokyo)

Sushi Zanmai is one of the most popular sushi chains in Tokyo. While it is not the best, highest quality sushi, it is a great value for the price. There are many super high end omakase only sushi places in Japan that can be anywhere from $150-400; however, these are obviously not places that everyone…

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Food: Jojoen (Tokyo)

Jojoen is a high-end yakiniku chain throughout Tokyo. Every time that I go to Japan, I make sure that I make at least one visit to Jojoen (multiple if I am lucky enough). I have been to 5+ locations, and all of them meet the super high quality standards that I expect. If you have…

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Food: Tonkatsu Hasegawa (Tokyo)

Address: 3 Chome-24-1 Ryōgoku, Sumida City, Tokyo 130-0026, Japan Hasegawa is a restaurant that specializes in tonkatsu. The meat quality, and especially the panko breading, are better than almost any other place. The breading is both crispy and light, so it tastes super good without being too heavy and oily. They do not really have…

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Food: Seryna (Tokyo)

Address: 3 Chome-12-2 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan Recently, I have been hesitant to post as many food recommendations because of how many places are closed around the world (and sadly, I do not know what will be open still when everything goes back to normal). However, I want to hope for the best…

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Food: Soba Sasuga (Tokyo)

Address: 〒104-0061 Tokyo, Chuo City, Ginza, 2 Chome−13−6 東二ビル2F Soba Sasuga is a Michelin star restaurant located close to the Ginza in Tokyo. They are known for their soba, and the way they make it is special because they don’t add anything (no eggs, seaweed, etc.) to their soba besides buckwheat and water. This makes…

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