Bubble tea is gaining popularity in Japan, with tapioca tea shops popping up all over Tokyo. This should come as little surprise, as the Taiwanese beverage has gained worldwide popularity ever since its inception in the 1980s. Bubble tea, also known as boba, has now hit a boom in Japan and is a hit with the youths of Japan.
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Today, omurice is often a homemade dish that mothers make for their children. It is one of the most popular yoshoku dishes and recalls fond childhood memories. So, if you love eating eggs and fried rice and want to try out diverse types of omurice, don’t miss out the following restaurants with the best omurice in Tokyo!
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Head to one of these food markets in Tokyo and grab a crazy deal on the freshest seafood, scope out the cheesiest obligatory keychain, then buy some locally-grown fruit directly from the farmer. Or, perhaps try a new snack you’ve never seen before?
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One moment you’ll be walking down the cobbled brick of Motomachi, a shopping street with a certain European je ne sai quoi, and the next you’ll find yourself in line for a steamed bun at Yokohama Chinatown, drawn in by the magnetic force of the crowd.
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Bar hop between eclectic little gastropubs offering a whirlwind of creative foods and drinks, from horse meat shu-mai to oolong shochu, all while clinking glasses with locals in Kichijoji.
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Dining out in Japan is one of the key attractions of this great country, but alas, the language can sometimes present a challenge. Even if the restaurant has an English menu, pictures of the dishes and so on, there can still be miscommunication. So to help you avoid these kinds of situations, here are some must-know basic Japanese phrases for dining out.
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