Japanese Food Places Report VOL. 1

In July of this year I saw some Japanese television shows, some of which featured a heavy emphasis on food, teaching me many new places to visit. I was amazed at how it combined fun with learning and how it never got boring to watch. Here’s a compilation of some food places and dishes I’ve found to be noteworthy.

Gyoza at Ushiroku (うしろく)

  • Location: Tokyo (〒106-0032 Tōkyō-to, Minato-ku, Roppongi, 5 Chome−5−1, 六本木ロアビル 1F)
  • Dish: 150 pieces of Gyoza (Yokozuna Sui Gyoza Nabe (横綱))
  • Price: 6800 JPY (meant for 12 people)
  • Episode: Itadaki High Jump (2016.07.06)

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Szechuan Noodles (Tantan men)

  • Location: Nakiryu in Tokyo, Toshima-ku, Minami Otsuka 2-34-2
  • Dish: Tantan noodles
  • Price: 800 JPY
  • Episode: Arashi Ni Shiyagare #267 (2016.07.16)

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Cheese Okonomiyaki

  • Location: Yukari in Akihabara (Akihabara UDX Restaurant Row AKIBA ICHI, 4 Chome-14-1 Sotokanda, 千代田区 Tokyo 101-0021)
  • Dish: Fluffy Cheese Okonomiyaki
  • Price: 1.480 JPY
  • Episode: Arashi Ni Shiyagare #264 (2016.06.04)

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Might not be clear from the picture but this is a cheese avalanche, stuffed with multiple kinds of cheese on the insidescreenshot_117

 

Shakshuka

  • Location: Pink Camila Restaurant, Tokyo (〒153-0064 Tokyo, Meguro, Shimomeguro, 1 Chome−5−16, 本田 ビル 2F)
  • Dish: シャクシュカ (Shakshuka, a middle eastern dish)
  • Price: 2.500 JPY
  • Episode: Arashi Ni Shiyagare #246 (2016.01.16)

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Let’s finish with some desserts! ♪

Mascarpone Cream Pancakes

  • Location: Banks Cafe and Dining in Shibuya (3 Chome-26-17 Shibuya, Tokyo 150-0002)
  • Dish: Fluffy Mascarpone Cream Pancakes
  • Price: 1.188 JPY
  • Episode: Arashi Ni Shiyagare #264 (2016.06.04)

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Yamada Ryosuke Coffee Adventures

To wrap things up, here are some screengrabs from a “Sakurai Ariyoshi Abunai Yakai” episode where they followed actor and Hey Say Jump member Yamada Ryosuke and discovered his love for cafe’s, cute things and yummy desserts. No addresses where shared, but still it was a joy to watch.

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(Personally, I don’t like how they commented how him liking to go to a coffee shop and enjoy sweets was girly, always throwing hearts around, some boys just like to do that okay?)

I’m mad at myself for only discovering these shows so late.

That’s it for now, I have some more food screengrabs left, but that’s for another time, I’m starting to get hungry =) お楽しみに!

Nickun out. ♪

> Might be a handy read: How to locate a Japanese address on Google Maps

> Also might be a handy read: Japan’s obsession with food and drama (Tofugu)

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