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Karaoke is so common and popular that you can find a bunch of karaoke places in Japan. It is now widely known in the world, but karaoke in Japan might be slightly different from the ones in your country. One thing is for sure, that is, it is exciting enough to make people obsessed with it. You need to have this unique and exciting experience at least once while you are in Japan!
Menya Hanabi originated in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, and is now very popular in Shinjuku, Tokyo! It is a ramen shop, but what you will get is totally different from a normal ramen. They serve a type of ramen called "Taiwan mazesoba", which is incredibly delicious.
What are you waiting for? 800 Degrees Pizzeria is here in Tokyo! You can get your favorite pizza unbelievably fast after 90 seconds ordering it. Not unless you spent too much time thinking of the topping for create-your-own pizza.
Sometimes you crave really sweet desserts right? Japanese desserts may not be sweet enough for some people, so here is an article introducing famous American dessert shops that are located in Tokyo!
If you want squid when in Tokyo head to squid institution, Ika Center. Serving up Tokyo's most delicious deep-fried squid, grilled squid, squid sashimi and more, Ika Center promises you a night of awesome food and a real Japanese seafood experience.
Do you love ramen? Do you love cake? Combine two of your favourite things. Ramen and Cake! It's like the best of both worlds, but there's one catch, you can't actually taste the two at the same time. If you're still wondering what I'm talking about read on to find out more...
Omoide Yokocho is one of the most famous areas of old-fashion back alleys in all of Japan. You'll find plenty of tourists there, as well as business men and women converging into the ramshackle zone of cheap bars and eateries before heading back to their homes late at night. This is definitely an interesting area to explore! Here is more on Omoide Yokocho.
Analog Cafe in Tokyo is a nice place to come in for a bite and a great coffee. Although their shops are in busy areas of Tokyo, the atmosphere is really chill and laid-back.
Golden Gai is without a doubt the most famous collection of Yokocho alleys in Japan. Despite being in Shinjuku, one of the main business districts of Tokyo, the area has resisted modernization and has now become an extremely popular spot for drinking and exploring an old-fashion townscape. Here's more on this wondrous, charming place!