Tag: Food

Food: Tamura’s (Honolulu)

Tamuras Fine Wine is actually a wine/alcohol shop (if you couldn’t already tell from the name), but I go there for the poke. I had always known where Tamuras was, but before my friend brought me to it a couple of years ago, I had no idea that they even sold poke. At all of…

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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: Paper Moon (Milan)

After having lived in Milan for a year, I have tried a decent number of Italian restaurants, and Paper Moon is one of my favorites. It is located right next to the Duomo (which is a site you should also definitely see if you are in Milan). The restaurant is constantly packed, and you will…

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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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