Part of Daidai's appeal lies in the fact that it serves Tokyo-style kaiseki (traditional Japanese haute cuisine), something which like many Japanese ... More
Part of Daidai's appeal lies in the fact that it serves Tokyo-style kaiseki (traditional Japanese haute cuisine), something which like many Japanese traditions is gradually fading. A lot of Japanese who are too busy to travel and enjoy a traditional course meal served at hot springs or ryokans will often come here instead. Courses range from JPY6,000--a steal considering the materials and effort put into the flavor and arrangement. If you are looking for a taste of old Tokyo, Daidai, a savory anachronism in thoroughly modern Shimokitazawa, will provide it for you.
Hotel Lungwood is located at only one minute from the south exit of JR Nippori Station on Yamanote Line which
is the most popular line of JR train lines in Tokyo. Another Nippori Station of Keisei Electric Railway is ...
Shibuya has become a thriving center for both business and pleasure. The Shibuya Excel Hotel Tokyu is located at the
very heart of Shibuya and ready to set the stage for relaxation or last minute business. Directly connected to ...
This Ethiopian bar and restaurant is an interesting joint featuring live blues on the first Tuesday and third Sunday of
the month. Interesting Ethiopian dishes with prices starting at a reasonable JPY500 and a good list of drinks makes ...
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