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Discover the four basic Japanese sake types and what foods to pair them with at Permium Sake Pub GASHUE in Ueno, Tokyo. Tasting sets (four sakes paired with four foods) are available for just ¥1,900.
Kurage is the kind of quaint seafood izakaya that we really love. They serve excellent quality foods but everything is fairly priced. You must try their seafood, slowly grilled over a charcoal fire! The course we tried also included sashimi, wagyu beef, and anago tempura, just to name a few things.
Sushi Time is a unique sushi shop in Kyoto that specializes in new kinds of sushi they call 'sushi doughnuts' and 'sushi cupcakes.' Recently, the shop began offering sushi-making experiences that let customers make and enjoy their own sushi!
Sushi Time is a brand new sushi restaurant next to Kyoto's famous Nishiki Market that serves a very unique kind of sushi. Not only is the sushi here shaped like a doughnut, but it's also certified as 100% halal, including the super-rare halal Kobe beef sushi! For anyone looking for yummy sushi in a fun atmosphere should give Sushi Time a try!
29ON kakuuchi is a small members-only sake bar that opens up on weekday evenings in Nishi Shinjuku. I was recently invited to try it out, and this is a description of how it was.
One of Tokyo's most amazing teppanyaki experiences can be found at Kobe Plaisir Ginza. The restaurant boasts courses that feature Kobe Beef and other Japanese delicacies such as the Japanese spiny lobster (ise-ebi).
One of the coolest dining experiences in Tokyo has to be the sumo meal at ASAKUSA SUMO RESTAURANT in Asakusa, Tokyo. Not only can you enjoy delicious chanko nabe (classic sumo wrestler food), but you can also enjoy and participate in a live sumo demonstration by retired pro sumo wrestlers!
There's a tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Ikebukuro, Tokyo that serves plates of premium wagyu that customers can grill to their liking at their own private grill! In Japanese, it's called 'Hitori Yakiniku,' meaning 'solo bbq' and is the perfect way to be able to concentrate on the delicious, premium meat!!!
If you work in Nishi Shinjuku and drink coffee every day, this is one place you definitely need to know about!
Cheerful maids serve you yummy sweets, Japanese comfort foods and kawaii drinks at Maid Cafe Pinafore (Ichibanboshi Theatre Location). Find out all about this fun new cafe in this article.