A Lovely Planet contributor Antonia Williams gives us her guide on what to eat in Tokyo!
What To Eat In Tokyo
Sushi at Tsukiji Fish Market
If you’re looking for some exquisite seafood, don’t miss out on Kaikaya which has somehow brought a chilled out beach vibe to an otherwise crazy city. Try the maguro no kama (tuna collar). Reservations essential.
Omoide Yokocho (rather unfavourably known as ‘piss alley’)
Harajuku Gyoza Lou
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