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Literally tons of super high end restaurants in that area as well as reasonable joints!

from 100 yen per plate sushi to 100000 yen per person meals. Take your pick!! :)

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i found hooters to be fun.............................,

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i found hooters to be fun.............................,

Was it good? I've been to a few different Hooters, the one in Beijjng wasn't very "good" ha ha. The one here in Phuket is pretty good actually. Been there once only though, so don't think I'm some sort of Hooters veteran, ha ha

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hahhaah.. i was joking of course.. BUT.. it is good fun , the tokyo ones are a great laugh, food is actually good.

the gals are schmoooooooooooooooooking, ( if u like that kinda thing of course..., )

ill have a proper think for you ,ginza is an amazing place

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hahhaah.. i was joking of course.. BUT.. it is good fun , the tokyo ones are a great laugh, food is actually good.

the gals are schmoooooooooooooooooking, ( if u like that kinda thing of course..., )

My favorite joint from an exposed waitress outfit perspective was a family restaurant called "Anna Millers."

I guess they are down to one location in Takanawa. Sad.... :(

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My favorite joint from an exposed waitress outfit perspective was a family restaurant called "Anna Millers."

I guess they are down to one location in Takanawa. Sad.... :(

that's funny because I grew up with Anna Millers in Hawaii then one day found another in Yokohama, they seem to enjoy American diner style and do their best to replicate it but they are still missing the sweat & grease on the plate.

Cafe style has recently come back in Japan Vienna style serving more cream based wein coffee places like the chain Hoshino are far better than cafe's in the states.

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These two where to eat in Ginza & Kyoto posts are loaded questions it's almost overwhelming because food in Japan is off the charts. it's easy to get a great meal and experience.

Here are just my personal favorites that I've been to:

Robotayaki in Roppongi is a must go! http://www.roppongi-robataya.com/english/ This one in particular

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For exclusive style Modern fine dine http://www.takazawa-y.co.jp/en/ only 3 tables per night so book early

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(thanks stew!)

For molecular style http://www.mandarinoriental.co.jp/tokyo/fine-dining/tapas-molecular-bar/#_=_

Kyubei Sushi in Ginza is my favorite sushi http://www.kyubey.jp/index_e.html

The-Crane http://www.the-crane.com/information.html ( guy plays golds factory putter and wedges and hangs a wedge over his door ) but best drinks ever for me.

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For teppenyaki I like Ukai-tei http://www.ukai.co.jp/omotesando/menu.html

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and Keyakizaka http://restaurants.tokyo.grand.hyatt.co.jp/keyakizaka-restaurant/menu.html

Go to Ueno and eat at this particular place: http://www.mihashi.co.jp/top.shtml Anmitsu at Mihashi desert.

Tofu Kaiseki with traditional and beautiful style eating at Tofuya Ukai http://www.ukai.co.jp/english/shiba/menu.html

For quick sushi go to any stand up sushi, I like tokyo stations and shinjuku's

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that's funny because I grew up with Anna Millers in Hawaii then one day found another in Yokohama, they seem to enjoy American diner style and do their best to replicate it but they are still missing the sweat & grease on the plate.

Cafe style has recently come back in Japan Vienna style serving more cream based wein coffee places like the chain Hoshino are far better than cafe's in the states.

I was planning to go to Hoshino but ran out of time. Those Souffle Pancakes are suppsed to be off the charts!

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I was planning to go to Hoshino but ran out of time. Those Souffle Pancakes are suppsed to be off the charts!

It's fantastic, wein coffee is soo good. the 2nd pic is the souffle pancakes but a must have is the pic below which is shepherds pie with a broken egg that you dip your bread in.

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The cafe looks great....

What about ra men? Any good joint?

It's personal preference, so many types what kind do you like?

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I don't think I've been this jealous in awhile....all of this looks so good and the fun to be had from eating to shopping is too much to bear...I miss Japan!! :(

Anyone have a 2 week babysitting service they can recommend?? lol

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There used to be a great eel place in the main square there...table has a big hot stone in center and they bring u these buckets of baby eels...u flash fry and eat em right up..,the rice is real good as well...

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Wow Chris! Awesome photographs.....worthy of a magazine. Makes me want to take a trip there so much! As a hotelier I love good food and presentation. It's hard not to appreciate all the care.

Group trip anyone?! :))

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