Updated: November 06, 2018
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Finger Lickin' Deep-Fried Chicken in Tokyo!

No need to use napkins 'cos you'll be lickin' your fingers after you eat Japan's version of deep-fried chicken. Here's 5 places to get these scrumptious little suckers into your belly!

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Tokyo Karaage

Located in the basement of JP Tower KITTE opposite the southwest corner of Tokyo station, Tokyo Karaage is all about deep-fried chicken and whisky highballs. There's no English menu, but there are lots of pictures to choose from. The staff are super friendly and some of them speak English too.
I'd recommend the Bonjiri (Chicken tail) as it's super juicy and a something different to try!

Karaage Yukari

Karaage Yukari serves up some really crispy deep-fried chicken that you shouldn't miss if you're in Asakusa area looking for a bite to eat. They're solely a takeout store so just line up and grab the ones you want - but hurry, some items sell out very quickly! Located just a few mins walk from Asakusabashi Metro station.

Karaage Bar Haikara Shinjuku

Located in West Shinjuku about a 5 minute walk north-west of Shinjuku station, Karaage Bar Haikara is a shining light hole in the wall karaage eateries in Tokyo. The staff there recommend you get a plate of karaage and a whisky highball to kick off your time there.
They have an expansive menu to delight even the pickiest of deep-fried chicken lovers - so dig in and try a few!

Nidaime Ebisu Karaage & Beer Hall

"No Beer, No Life"
These guys stand true to their motto! No Beer, No Life! But what they really do well is pairing their beer with some outstanding karaage! It's only a 2-3 min walk from Ebisu station and hugely popular with locals after they knock off work!
It doesn't get much better than this - a little salt and pepper and a lemon wedge! Grab one of the many beers and enjoy!

Karaage Champion Fudomae

These guys are champions - no pun intended! It says it all in the name, and they truly deliver! Hands down some of the best Karaage in Shinagawa. They also do Bento (lunchbox) style meals if you're looking for some takeaway lunch. Just a few minutes from Fudomae station.
There's plenty of different toppings - ginger sauce is one my favourites!

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    Jonathan
    I've been traveling and eating my way around the world! Now I'm in Tokyo to share all my favourite spots! I spend my time traveling, surfing, hiking, camping and eating amazing food! My favourite Japanese food...Agedashi Tofu!

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