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Street food in Piss Alley, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan

Pinner said: Fun dining at Japan's street food stalls - Japan is famed for its elaborate fine dining, but tough economic times means that street-food culture is flourishing in cities such as Kyoto and Tokyo

izakaya (Japanese-style pub) in Naka-Meguro, Tokyo.

If you love beer, Japanese food and a good chat with friends, an "izakaya" (Japanese-style pub) is the place to go to. This one is located in Naka-Meguro, Tokyo.

Quaint little Japanese stall & phone booth in Takayama

Quaint little Japanese stall & phone booth in Takayama Mitarashi mochi with sweet soya sauce on a sticky treat delicious treat.

Yatai (屋台) is a small, mobile food stall in Japan typically selling ramen or other hot food. The name literally means "shop stand." The stall is set up in the early evening on pedestrian walkways and removed late at night or in the early morning hours before commuters begin to fill the streets.

Yatai (屋台) is a small, mobile food stall in Japan typically selling ramen or…

#Uoshin #Nogizaka 魚真乃木坂店 -- 9-6-32 Akasaka uoshins.com #izakaya

#Uoshin #Nogizaka 魚真乃木坂店 -- 9-6-32 Akasaka uoshins.com #izakaya

Japan - Omoide Yokocho restaurant alley decorated with plastic cherry blossoms, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Japan Travel Inspiration - Japan - Omoide Yokocho restaurant alley decorated with plastic cherry blossoms, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Teyandei Izakaya – Tokyo, Japan

There are many Tokyo Izakaya venues, but Teyandei is one of the restaurants for an outstanding dining experience. So, visit Teyandei Izakaya on your visit to

Street Restaurant in Japan ~Repinned Via JLD Webfocus http://500px.com/photo/39424902?from=set/886294

Street Restaurant in Japan, very open and closed at the same time, offers a cozy place to duck out of the way without cutting of the festival buzz outside

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