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What is Ozaki wagyu beef and where can you eat it? This article will first briefly explain what Ozaki wagyu beef is and introduce a restaurant specializing in serving Ozaki wagyu beef sashimi.
Do you know a Japanese local cuisine "Hooba Yaki", which originated in Gifu Prefecture? It is a unique style of grilled dishes where ingredients are wrapped in the leaf called "Hooba". "Hoo Bar" is a bar offering this local specialty with a nice selection of wines in Shinjuku.
Unbelievable! You can have a meal of tsukemen for 0 yen at a new joint called Tsukemen Akatombo in Nishi Shinjuku. We tried it and it was excellent. The offer is only valid until the 21st of October, so hurry up to get yours!
In Shinjuku, Tokyo, there are too many restaurants that it can get overwhelming. Even with just sushi, there are so many to choose from. This article will introduce sushi restaurants in Shinjuku, from high-end exclusive sushi to affordable sushi restaurants!
They call it the Tuna Demolition Show! And they have good reason to. Maguro Shoten is a tuna specialty restaurant in downtown Shinjuku, in the very heart of red light district Kabukicho. They offer a daily Tuna dismantling and carving show that will leave you drooling for some fresh tuna. Don't be deterred by the red light district location though, it's the perfect place for some great food and some truly good-fun entertainment! If you love tuna or sashimi, this is the place to be! You definitely won't be disappointed!
Furaikyo is a popular ramen shop in Shinjuku where people often make a line to eat their rich, flavorful shio (salt) ramen. If you are a ramen lover, you need to give it a try!
"MK Restaurant" is a chain restaurant in Tokyo where you can enjoy all-you-can-eat shabu-shabu & yam cha at the same time. Definitely the best value for your money!
For all those eating Halal or vegan and travelling through Japan, Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka is here to satisfy your ramen filling, while respecing your dietary restrictions! It's delicious!
New York Grill quite possibly has one of the best views in all of Tokyo. Making a cameo in the movie Lost in Translation starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson, the restaurant and bar has floor-to-ceiling glass windows so customers enjoy breathtaking views of Shinjuku Park and the city surrounds while they dine on high-quality seafood and grilled meat prepared by top-level chefs from all around the world.
Animal cafes are really interesting and unique experiences in Japan. There are cat cafes, rabbit cafes, dog cafes, and even owl cafes! You wouldn't think the latter are such endearing creatures, but they're so adorable once you get the chance to meet them! Why not try Mofu Mofu in Shinjuku so that you can meet them for yourself!