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Soba Restaurants In Tokyo: Fantastic Four

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Posted on December 18, 2015 12:59 pm | Leave your thoughts



Soba noodles are a favorite in Tokyo, which goes all the way back to its Edo days. Buckwheat flour is the base for this nutritious noodle and its health benefits are pronounced. Packing a nutty flavor and great texture, soba is an excellent source for thiamin, lean protein, and manganese. During the Edo period (about...

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Nomihoudai Japan: All-You-Can-Drink

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Posted on March 19, 2015 11:58 am | Leave your thoughts



Nomihoudai Japan Nomihoudai (飲み放題) at restaurants and izakaya (Japanese style pub) means all-you-can-drink and it’s surprisingly common in Japan. Tabehoudai (食べ放題) means all-you-can-eat and many restaurants offer both. Each establishment has its own rules for their particular nomihoudai special, but most places do a flat fee for 90-120 minutes of unlimited alcoholic drinks; sometimes tabehoudai...

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Kabukicho Tips: A Quick Overview

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Posted on February 4, 2015 8:13 pm | Leave your thoughts



Kabukichō is Tokyo’s red-light district and a popular area for unique entertainment. Located in Shinjuku, Kabukichō houses an assortment of things-to-do, ranging from prostitutes to the famous Robot Restaurant. Kabukichō is not a family destination, but it can be fun for adults who enjoy its splendor responsibly. Recently, Tokyo authorities have been cracking down on...

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Tokyo Rundown: A Brief Overview

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Posted on January 2, 2015 10:49 am | Leave your thoughts



Tokyo is the capital of Japan and the center of the “Greater Tokyo Area”, which has a population of 36 million, making it the most populous area in the world. Tokyo is often referred to and thought of as a city, but officially it is known as a “metropolitan prefecture”, which differs from a city....

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