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Not to miss on your trip to Tokyo is Kaguwa, a restaurant with a twist! Located in trendy Roppongi, Kaguwa is an Oiran and Geisha Cabaret Show. Think French Cabaret but Japanese style! Enjoy a one-of-a-kind spectacular performance by Geisha, Samurai, Oiran, traditional dancers.
Japanese style pasta is something you should try in Japan. It is called the wafu pasta (和風パスタ). It is mostly served at the price similar to ramen or other lower mid-range res. Spajiro is specialized in making great Japanese style spaghetti for a reasonable price. Sounds great? I thought so too!
What is the king of Japanese fast-food? We can say the answer is Ramen! Taking a walk in Tokyo, you'll find dozens of ramen shops, and I'm sure you'll get lost at which shop you should in. Here, take a look at these best ramen you in no.1 city of Japan, Tokyo. With this list you can enjoy the best of Japanese ramen.
Gonpachi is a must-visit restaurant in Nishiazabu in the Roppongi area, Tokyo. It is also called "Kill Bill restaurant" as they inspired the restaurant in Trantino's film "Kill Bill" where a famous fight scene took place. You can enjoy the great atmosphere and Japanese food there.
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!
Roppongi is a very busy district with a wide selection of yakiniku (grilled beef) restaurants. If you walk around trying to decide where to go aimlessly, you will find yourself tired. So, this article will introduce 9 yakiniku restaurants that you should visit.
Tanakaya is located a 7-minute walk from the Roppongi Station. It offers a yakiniku experience of fine quality. It serves the rare Amakusa-Kuroushi beef from Kumamoto Prefecture at a reasonable price!