Tokyo is a city that really has it all when it comes to fulfilling your cullinary desires. It comes as no surprise that one of New York’s favorite lunch spots is right here in the center of Tokyo.
A lunch splurge at this crab specialty restaurant in Shibuya will cause a bit of damage to your wallet, but will leave you with a smile for the rest of the day.
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The United Nations cultural organization has added traditional Japanese food to its cultural heritage list, making it only the second national cuisine to receive the prized designation.
The Michelin guide has once again named Tokyo to be the gourmet capital of the world since it has the most starred restaurants than any other city, an accolade that the Japanese capital has gotten for the seventh straight year.
Tokyo is the probably the biggest mega-metropolis in the world, but cycling is still one of the exciting activities you can’t miss while visiting the city. Not only is it the cheapest way to see the sights, it is also the fittest and most flexible way.