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Japanese Pumpkin Kabucha Recipes – Autumn Shun

Japanese Pumpkin Kabocha is one of the most seasonal, nutritious and economical foods you can buy from September to November in Japan. Great time of the year to make some Japanese Pumpkin Kabocha recipes. Japanese Pumpkin Kabocha (/kəˈboʊtʃə/; from Japanese カボチャ, 南瓜) is an Asian variety of winter squash of …

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Pizzeria-Trattoria Napule (Midtown, Tokyo)

Pizzeria-Trattoria Napule is known for its authentic Neapolitan pizza and is one of the most popular restaurants in Tokyo Midtown. They have set lunch courses and a pleasantly casual atmosphere with a multi-lingual staff. Go early for lunch to beat the rush. Reservations are recommended for dinner. Pizzeria-Trattoria Napule Notes: …

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Organic House, Kichijoji

Organic House Deli and Cafe is a very popular kid-friendly deli cafe serving a variety of healthy salads, seasonal vegetables, tofu, fish and meat dishes. Healthy bentos, pre-made calzones and gelato counter also available. Menu changes daily and the deli prices are based on weight. Organic House Notes: Provides: Table …

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Niagara Curry (Yutenji, Tokyo)

Niagara Curry is a charming restaurant owned by a collector of all memorabilia that is train related. Customers select their meal by ticket machine then have their curry order delivered to them by a mini-SL train. At the end of the meal, patrons are given a train ticket and paper …

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Lobros Cafe, Jiyugaoka

** 2017 Update: Lobros has closed it doors. Please visit our Jiyugaoka Area Guide for more recommendations. Lobros Cafe & Dining in Jiyugaoka is a simple and health-oriented California style restaurant. They serve organic vegetables, freshly-baked breads, pastas, sandwiches, grilled meats & healthy juices. The restaurant is airy and spacious and pet & …

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Starbucks with Terrace Seating

Summer is here, and the air conditioning is on full blast at our local Starbucks. Take a break from the cold and enjoy your Starbucks at their terrace locations with your infant/kids. – Nakameguro GT Tower B1 Tokyo Meguro-ku 2-1-1 Kamimeguro Nakameguro Gate Town Tower B1F Website: GT Tower Starbucks – …

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Frijoles, Azabu, Roppongi, Shiodome & Otemachi

Frijoles is my teenagers favorite restaurant in Azabu. Frijoles, a casual cantina-style restaurant, serves up a small menu centered on soft tacos and burritos dressed with beans and guacamole, reminiscent of North America’s Chipotle restaurants. You can get steak, chicken or veggie with your choice of fillings. Nachos are extra …

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Kaikaya by the Sea (Shibuya, Tokyo)

Kaikaya by the Sea is one of our favorite places to take visitors to Tokyo. They serve traditional Japanese seafood with a contemporary twist. It`s reasonably priced with a lively atmosphere and is always packed. I highly recommend the Maguro no Kama no Supearibu – House Special Tuna Spareribs. Reservations a …

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Crayon House Hiroba (Omotesando, Tokyo)

The Hiroba at Crayon House offers a friendly, all-you-can-eat 90% Organic buffet serving soups, salads, vegetables, brown or semi-refined rice, pasta, tofu, mushrooms, seaweed, meat and fish.  It is located in the basement of the Crayon House Toy and Bookstore and includes a small shop with a variety of organic products. Great spot …

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The French Kitchen (Roppongi Hills)

The French Kitchen offers delicious breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch buffets, and is open all day, serving classic French dishes. The restaurant features an open kitchen, a bar, an outside terrace and the “Chef’s Table”, a private dining room equipped with its own kitchen that is ideal for special dinners, …

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Mitsuyadouseimen Tsukemen & Ramen, (Nakameguro, Tokyo)

Mitsuyadouseimen`s speciality is Marutokutsukemen, noodles with pork broth & yuzu dipping sauce with slices of pork, egg, nori and veggies on the side – a crowd favorite. You`ll see patrons order this dish then slurp it up with one of the restaurants large ramen eating bibs. Families with kids frequent …

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