The Dirty Stall

Actually wanted to eat at a tendon place in Asakusa but it was closed for the end of year so I walked randomly around Asakusa looking for a place to eat.

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I was pretty excited to try out what Kozasa would offer during winter.

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Taimeiken is probably one of the most well-known omurice restaurants in Tokyo, because of the movie “Tampopo”.

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Maisen is a great place for tonkatsu lovers because it’s one of the better places for tonkatsu but yet not a tiny eatery like Taihou, which can make it hard to get in.

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Kosoan is a little old-fashioned Japanese teahouse which serves traditional sweets in Jiyugaoka.

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Souen is the name of this modern teahouse but it’s also known as the Sakurai Japanese Tea Experience, named after the person who opened it – Shinya Sakurai.

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There was a huge lobster roll craze locally a while back but since I was in Tokyo, I finally decided to give it a try at Luke’s Lobster in Harajuku.

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