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Michelin star restaurant in Tokyo that blends traditional kaiseki with molecular gastronomy.
One of David Chang's uber successful Momofuku restaurants that just happens to also be wallet-friendly.
Rival to Sushi Dai, this is the other most popular sushi joints in the Tsukiji Market.
Traditional and authentic Japanese souvenirs.
A chef's dream: The largest collection of Japanese knives in the world.
Asakusa sushi joint and bar.
One of New York's best ramen joints.
Budget friendly udon and tempura in Shibuya.