Food From My Tokyo Travels

I just came back from 8 days in Tokyo and thought I would post some of f the food I ate…

Tempura Seafood from a take out stand at Haneda Airport. This was one of my favourite meals believe it or not! The round thing at the bottom left corner is a tempura-ed soft egg; it was amazing, when I broke into it the yolk ran all over the rice. It was delicious.

Hash and Potatos and Pancakes (from Eggs n Things in Harajuku). This was my fourth time eating pancakes in Tokyo.

Cheese Hotdog from Freshness Burger (looks kind of gross, eh).

Melonpan Ice Cream from a stall in Shibuya. Yum Yum!

Shrimp Burger at McDonalds. The fries were cold, and the burger nothing special.

This pancake from J S Pancake Cafe was disgusting. How can someone mess up pancakes? Cost $30 and was totally inedible.

My BBQ beef meal on Nakamise Street, Asakusa. I had a lot of fun grilling my own lunch!

This peach juice from the vending machine was so delicious. These vending machines were everywhere throughout Tokyo.

Best melonpan ever! Folks, if you’re ever on Nakamise Street, please visit this melonpan booth!

Shave Ice on Nakamise Street. This shave ice was also delicious, better than whats offered in Hawaii! The serving was small, wish I bought a large size.

My burger from Teddy’s Burgers in Harajuku wasn’t the best. Meat was kind of strange and fries too salty.

Fluffy pancakes at Micasadeco & Cafe. I waited an hour in line and then another half hour for my pancakes… But it was SO worth it!

Conveyor belt sushi in Seibu Department Store. I waited a long time in line to eat sushi here. It was so good and the fish so fresh and generous sizes.

Pancakes with strawberries and macadamia nuts… And a whole mound of whipped cream! From Eggs N Things in Harajuku!

Ice cream cone from the convenience store. Already assembled.

My first meal in Japan – Japanese American brekkie at Royal Host in Shinjuku. I was starving and the bacon was so flavourful.

I don’t know what this was. I bought this nice looking bento box at Isetan Department Store. I don’t think there was any meat, but it was colourful… And tasted strange…

I did eat some ramen, but I didn’t enjoy what I had. I’m not sure what the name of the resto is.

I need to go back to Japan next year cus theres a whole bunch of foods I still need to try.

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5 thoughts on “Food From My Tokyo Travels

  1. Awesome post! I’ve always wanted to visit Japan. Its on my bucket list! I will add pancakes to the list which is not something i thought the Japanese were known for!

  2. Awesome post! I’ve always wanted to visit Japan its on my bucket list. I’ll have add pancakes now as well. I didn’t know the Japanese were know for that!

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