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You've probably never ever thought of going to a bar that serves up food from a can, but in Japan this idea is not totally out of the ordinary. Mr. Kanso is a quirky canned food bar with character to match. With now over 50 locations across Japan, it's not only super popular but probably now worthy of one thing for the bucket list!
Cup noodles and ramen have become somewhat a staple of peoples' daily lives around the world. Add hot water, wait three minutes and your meal is ready. The Cup Noodles Museum lets you make, try, eat, and discover everything there is to love about cup noodles.
Doremifa Club in Toyocho, Tokyo, is a karaoke bar with private rooms that offers some tasty hearty foods! You can have a 300g Hamburg steak for instance! Appetizers, drinks, and desserts are also on the 70+ item menu! 24h open. Sing all night long (or all day) while eating great food!
If you are wondering what to eat in Ikebukuro, how about trying a Japanese style hot pot dish called "shabu shabu"? Shabu shabu is also known as a healthy meal. Here is a list of recommended restaurants to have a great shabu shabu (including all-you-can-eat style)!
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!
Craving for a good burrito in Tokyo? Check out the list below!
Omotesando is conveniently located next to Harajuku and close to a variety of luxury shops. Basically, it's a shopper's heaven! But after all that walking, you need a good place to relax and have a great cup of coffee. Here are the hottest cafes in Omotesando that you need to try at least once while you're here!
Italian cuisine is one of the most sought after cuisines in Tokyo. Whether you'd like to give your palate a break or you'd like to try something you can only find here. Please take a look at these recommended Italian-Japanese fusion cuisine restaurants. Authentic Italian know-how with a touch of Japanese magic!