Conveyor Belt Sushi. – Tokyo

Conveyor Belt Sushi. – Tokyo

As we walked around Akihabara looking for a lunch spot, we mused we hadn’t had any sushi in Tokyo yet! After a quick search on our phones, we found two close by the Akihabara station. We passed on the stand up sushi joint (which got great reviews, but we really...
Piss Alley – Shinkjuku, Tokyo

Piss Alley – Shinkjuku, Tokyo

Yep, you read that right. Piss Alley. Also known as Memory Lane. It’s a small alley of yakitori and other tiny restaurants just off Shinjuku station.  We wandered over for dinner tonight, to see the area in the dark, and had a wonderful evening!  To start off,...
Cuisine Michel Troisgros – Tokyo

Cuisine Michel Troisgros – Tokyo

It’s not every day you stay in a hotel in Tokyo that is the home of a 2 Michelin Star restaurant, with a chef that you have seen on the Chef’s Table Netflix series!  When we discovered Cuisine Michel Troisgros was in our Hyat Regency Tokyo hotel, there was...
Maisen Tonkatsu – Shibuya, Tokyo

Maisen Tonkatsu – Shibuya, Tokyo

Maisen is on many “best” foodie lists as the best tonkatsu in Tokyo. So, naturally, we set out on our way to visit the Shibuya area of Tokyo with one goal in mind – find this fabled establishment and try the renowned fried pork cutlet! We’ve...
Asakusa and Bar Six by Night

Asakusa and Bar Six by Night

As lovely and busy Asakusa and Senso-ji temple is by day, it is quiet and brilliant at night! While the shrine itself and shops close at 5 p.m. each day, the grounds are open at night. And, its free to visitors (which I really can’t believe). The grounds at...
Hoppy Dori – Tokyo

Hoppy Dori – Tokyo

After our visit to the Senso-ji temple in Asakusa in the rain, we headed over to the neighbouring Hoppy Dori area, which is a couple of narrow streets of small restaurants featuring Izakaya (grilled meats and other Japanese dishes).  This area is a bit more...

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