Beef Curry @ Gyorantei

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Having had lots of Japanese curry, it’s no surprise that the best one I’ve ever had is in its spiritual hometown. The restaurant has downsized from its former glory days, but at least they’re still cooking. It’s about an hour by train from Tokyo, though it’s well worth it.

Second favorite would have to be the mango curry from the now-closed Mr. Curry. Had their curry pilaf long time ago.

Kitsune Soba @ Kanda Matsuya

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Not the most comfortable dining atmosphere, but the soba (and yakitori) is well worth it. They’re near Akihabara.

Mochi-Cheese Monjayaki @ Iroha

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Visited a “temporary location” since their actual stall was under construction at the time, but they’re in Tokyo’s Monja Street (along with a lot of other monjayaki places) if you’d like to give them a taste!

18-Plate Japanese Breakfast @ Tsumugi

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Seriously good. Only 110 portions served daily between 8-10:30AM. Must-try in Tokyo.