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A what now? Yes, a meat theme-park in Tokyo. Why? Well because you can, that's why. It is a meat theme-park in Tokyo, with stands that serve meat in many different ways and also offers entertainment, such as a museum, the "Museo de Carne" (the meat museum). You can walk through the park and pass through a Spanish-style village.
Wondering where to eat dinner in Odaiba area? Check the following places!
Katsudon is a popular dish that is both filling and delicious. Usually very cheap, you often see students and business people alike flocking to katsudon shops during their lunch break for a satisfying quick meal. Here are some of the best places to try out katsudon in Tokyo!
Takeshita street (Takeshita dori) in Harajuku is famous for its cute (kawaii) fashion and many visitors enjoy shopping there. When you come to Takeshita street, don't forget to try their food too. Here are 5 recommended places to have desserts and snacks while taking a break.
Craving a juicy, delicious, western style-burger? Here's the must hit spots to fulfill all your burger cravings! Crispy bacon, lots of cheese, pickles, and onion rings on a soft bun should definitely hit the spot if its been a while in between burger spouts! Your mouth will be watering at the very moment you read this!
Traveling when you have diet restrictions can be quite frustrating. Rest assured, there are a few restaurants where you can enjoy Japan's incredibly popular RAMEN. Either the owner or the staff is Muslim, but most of the restaurants are Halal. Those which aren't have vegan options.
Ramen is probably one of the most popular dishes among travelers in Japan. But, as it tends to be a very high-calorie meal, Japanese people tend to have it as a once in a while treat. Here are some healthy ramen options that you can enjoy a lot more often. Some of the selections are healthier than your average ramen dishes, and some of them are straight-up healthy!
Coisof, a delicious ice cream shop which specializes in super rich soft-serve ice cream is right on Takeshita Street in Harajuku. There is a new product now available, the "Strawberry coi Shake", which is available from April 14, 2018! To celebrate the launch, if you purchase a "Coi shake" and a "coi soft" at the same time, you will get a mega topping for a limited time.
Don't understand Japanese? Don't want people touching your food? No problem! Japanese restaurants have recently developed a train serving system, so the food you ordered comes right in front of you without a waiter bringing it. It is definitely a cuisine experience that you can only have in Japan!