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Restaurants and cafes worth visiting in Tokyo
Hanae T. ('22), Arts and Entertainment editor
Where the racoons’ favorite Japanese dishes lie: the hideout of the racoons
Tanuki, hidden in Tokyo’s unheralded neighborhood of Kitashinagawa is the home to many, but also the home to numerous delectable Japanese dishes.
Antico Caffe: drawn in by the food, stay for the experience
Tokyo: the stress capital of a stressed country. Amongst the perpetual hum of overworked office drones and conformist students, a global chain, Antico Caffe, gently cuts through to provide a foreign paradise for the victims of ceaseless Tokyo.
Japanese craftsmanship made tempura
When walking through Tokyo, you never know what hidden wonders you may find. It’s a unique city where traditionality and modernity entwine perfectly, and its places never fail to impress. One such place is Tempura Karasawa.