Tokyo street food
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Omoide Yokocho literally meaning “Memory Lane” and more commonly known now as “Piss Alley”, has a very long history dating back to 1946. A year after World War 2 this area of Shinjuku started developing into a location for street vendors and the black market because of its easy accessibility
“Harajuku” is a town where many youths in their teens and twenties and keen on fashion gather. There are many shops with good tastes to satisfy those young Japanese girls seeking “Kawaii” (cute) items. Many are not expensive. In “Harajuku” crapes are also very popular. In this issue we introduce
“Harajuku” is a district of “over the top fashion” and youth culture. To mention a few, “Omote Sando” Street is for luxury brand fashions, and “Takeshita Dori” Street is the center of “Kawaii” (cute) culture in the world. It is also a treasure place for eating-out gourmets. There you will
Fashion and subculture town Harajuku, they attract many tourists all over the world. Lately they are also famous for the birthplace for Japanese Kawaii culture. Even though they are well known for its pop culture, they also offer yummy food. There are a lot of restaurants and cafes, as well
In Tsukiji Market, there are two areas: the outside market and the inside market. In the outside market, you can look around while you munch and sample some food. Because of the reason, they attract tourist all over the world. Let me introduce you AjinoHamato. They offer yummy deep-fried products.
Tsukiji –jōgai- shijō is the most famous wholesale market in Japan.Though Tsukiji-jōnai- shijō is mainly a wholesale market for the professionals,at this Tsukiji –jōgai-shijō is also for tourists from foreign countries.One of the popular shops is Marutake. You can eat delicious “tamagoyaki”(Japanese omelet).This shop opened