Sushi, green tea, otonomiyaki, crèpes,… in Tokyo!
Cuando subo fotos de mis viajes parece que paso una gran parte del tiempo comiendo. No es cierto. ¡De verdad! Pero sí admito que aprovecho bien cada comida para así probar un plato típico del país o que me llame la atención. Aquí os dejo parte de mi menú japonés:
Sushi in Heiroku Sushi. I always visit this place: good price and the sushi chef makes all the sushi you order in front of you. They also have staff that can speak English. It’s situated between Omotesando Station and Harajuku.
Green tea ice-cream. The best I’ve ever tried! The shop is somewhere in Asakusa, near the main entrace.
Food chain Ootoya. Easy and good option.
Delicious cakes (choco&banana and red fruits) from La Maison in Lumine2 Mall in Shibuya.
J. S. Pancake in Nakano. Great way to start the day!
Famous crépes from Harajuku. There’re many stores and their crèpes taste almost the same. This one is from Cafe Crepe, next to one Spinns store.
Roots café in Harajuku. Fine coffee, great place and nice staff that wrote me a note in Japanese to show to people in case I got lost.
Oyakodon in Shibuya. Rice + chicken + eggs.
The Lockup in Shibuya. Prison-theme restaurant that will make you feel like you’re locked and surrounded by monsters! You pay 500 yenes just for the entrance and then you can order. They have funny drinks.
Otonomiyaki at Fugetsu restaurant in Odaiba. One of the few places where you can see how they prepare the food in your table.
Last: try all the 7/11 or Family Mart ice-creams and sweets!