Tsukiji Hongwanji Cafe Tsumugi

Healthy Tsukiji Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Chez the Buddhists of Hongwanji Temple Tsukiji's most relaxed, dining cafe is also one of its best kept secrets. A short stroll from the Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market, Tsukiji External Market (not moving anywhere, remember) Tsukiji Hongwanji Cafe Tsumugi has its own entrance next to Exit 1 of the Tsukiji subway station (Hibiya line). 

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Haru: Kyoto Izakaya Fine Dining at Reasonable Prices

Kyoto Fine Izakaya Dining in the Heart of Town

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Amazing crab dishes at Kani no Bou in Fukui

Looking for the finest Seafood in Fukui? Then check out Kani no Bou. In our travels across Japan we've eaten some of the freshest, highest quality seafood in Japan. And of course, that means some of the freshest, highest quality seafood on the planet 

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Turret Coffee

The Hippest Tsukiji Coffee Shop  Welcome to the Best Outrageous Coffee Shop in Japan reads the sign outside Kiyoshi Kawasaki''s super cool, super friendly coffee haven in Tsukiji, just a short stroll from the famed Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market, Tsukiji External Market (not moving anywhere, btw) and Exit 1 of the Tsukiji subway station (Hibiya line). 

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Touhichi Ramen

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Five Great Ramen Shops to Visit During the Sapporo Snow Fe...

We Believe Shingen Has The Best Sapporo Ramen Japanese Noodles in Town. Period. Everything Is Great From Charshiu To Broth To The Noodles Themselves. Named after 16th-Century warlord Takeda Shingen, this noodle shop was originally founded in Hokkaido's Ishikari district. This Sapporo Rokujo branch is another miso ramen specialist, but it also has other strings to its noodle bow.  Choose from Shins...

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Five Great Ramen Shops to Visit During the Sapporo Snow Fe...

An Innovative Modern Alternative Take On Sapporo Miso Ramen - With A Fish Stock Maruha BEYOND's Miso Ramen Packs A Decidedkly Fishy Punch. Quite exactly what the name means I am not sure. What is it 'beyond'? Beyond the pale? Beyond reason? Beyonsd fantastic? Most likely it means 'beyond the normal interpretation of Hokkaido-style miso ramen.  Maruha BEYOND eschews traditional perceptions with a s...

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Five Great Ramen Shops to Visit During the Sapporo Snow Fe...

Hugely Popular Nationwide Sumire Is One Of Sapporos Oldest Ramen Noodle Specialists Sumire s The Very Epitome Of Sapporo Miso Ramen Noodles. Sumire is the granddaddy of Hokkaido Sapporo Miso Ramen. Established in the summer of 1964 as the country geared up to host its first Olympic Games, Sumire is just as popular today as it gears up for the second Olympiad in 2020. This branch in Susukino is ver...

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Five Great Ramen Shops to Visit During the Sapporo Snow Fe...

Keep Out The Winter Cold With These Tasty Spicy Sapporo Ramen Noodles Deno-san takes his inspiration from Szechuan Province, China.  175 Degrees Deno dispenses with the Sapporo miso ramen tradition, and instead opts for an amalgam of Chinese and Japanese influences to make this very tasty bowl of noodles. The shops name tells us much. Mr Deno, the founder, makes his own ra-yu- chili sauce by boili...

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Five Great Ramen Shops to Visit During the Sapporo Snow Fe...

You Like Butter And Sweetcorn In Your Sapporo Ramen Japanese Noodles? Then You'll Love Ramen No Daiko Oh Boy This Is Good! You Can't Beat Old School Sapporo Miso Ramen Daiko proudly boasts that it hasn't changed the style or taste of its legendary miso ramen since it doors opened in 1966. It is the ramen shop unofficially voted as 'best' from the city's thousands by those who should know - the mas...

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FGL's Top 10 Kyoto Dining Experiences: Kappo Nakagawa Shij...

#6. Pike Conger Cuisine at Kappo Nakagawa Sanjo Hamo aka the pike conger or daggertooth is emblematic of Kyoto cuisine, and nowhere is it served with more loving care than at Kappo Nagawa Sanjo.

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Kyohei Ramen, Brilliant Noodles For All Tastes. Why isn’t ...

We’re bringing out the big guns for this, our 7th recommendation in our series of great Kyoto budget eats: the mighty Kyohei Ramen. I’ve been recommending this humble noodle shop on Teramachi-dori in the centre of Kyoto, just North of the city hall, for years.

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