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  • Tokyo is home to the most Michelin-starred

  • restaurants in the world.

  • But the city is also packed with cheap bites and

  • hole-in-the-wall eateries

  • where you can get some of the best snacks in Japan.

  • We are gonna fit as much epic food

  • into one day as possible, so let's eat!

  • A lot of people like to come to Tokyo for the sushi

  • but another great little snack

  • to have when you're here is tamagoyaki,

  • which is basically a super fluffy Japanese omelette

  • sweetened a little bit by adding sugar to the egg mixture.

  • Pretty good for a breakfast on the go.

  • This is Melon Pan, basically a Japanese ice cream sandwich

  • using vanilla ice cream and sweet bread.

  • It's called melon pan because apparently

  • it looks a little bit like a rockmelon.

  • Doesn't taste like melon

  • but on a hot day like today, it's pretty damn good.

  • For something a bit more substantial, you've got

  • takoyaki, which is my favorite.

  • It's basically a flour batter with octopus in the middle

  • covered in a brown sauce kinda like Worcestershire sauce

  • and then bonito flakes on top.

  • It's hot and delicious.

  • When you're in Japan, these are a must-try.

  • gyoza are Japanese pork dumplings

  • that are usually served as a side dish,

  • but they're pretty good on their own too.

  • The pan fried ones, the best.

  • "Zaku zaku" means crunchy in Japanese

  • and this is a Croquant Chou Zaku Zaku.

  • Which basically means it's crispy pastry filled

  • with creamy Hokkaido custard.

  • And if that doesn't get you excited,

  • I don't know what's going to.

  • Harajuku has some seriously funky foods,

  • including this, an epically massive rainbow cotton candy.

  • Mm, tastes like rainbow.

  • Deep-fried pork is good.

  • Deep-fried pork in a sandwich is even better.

  • This is katsu sando,

  • which takes a traditional Japanese pork cutlet

  • and puts it between two perfectly cut pieces of white bread.

  • It ain't healthy but it's pretty damn delicious.

  • You can't come to Tokyo without dining at an izakaya.

  • Half restaurant, half bar,

  • they specialize in serving smaller portions of food

  • like sashimi, fried chicken or yakitori.

  • They go perfectly with a good drink.

  • Kanpai!

  • In most places, convenience stores aren't the greatest

  • but in Japan it's a completely different story

  • where they're filled with delicious snacks.

  • Two of my go-tos are onigiri, which is a rice ball

  • wrapped in seaweed filled with seafood,

  • usually like salmon or tuna.

  • Really good for a snack on the go.

  • Another great one is kare pan, which is a savory donut

  • filled with delicious Japanese curry.

  • And there's no better way to wash it all down

  • than with a Suntory BOSS.

  • For a relaxing time, make it Suntory time.

  • So there you have it, all of our favorite eats in Tokyo.

  • If you're planning a trip, definitely take a few days

  • to eat your way through the city

  • because there's still loads more to try.

Tokyo is home to the most Michelin-starred

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吃東京最好吃的小吃!從TAKOYAKI到瓜子鍋! (Eating the Best Snacks in Tokyo! From Takoyaki to Melon Pan!)

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    Yukiko 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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