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Escena gastronómica en Setagaya City

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“Very popular Tokyo style ramen shop,it looks plain ramen,but It isn't a plain. It's shell flavor soup ramen,so it's different from common popular ramen soup likes Tonkotsu soup. ※The Map is incorrectly,but I don't know why!. Please google it.”
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Cafetería
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“The cafe where I began my coffee lover life. Best of best coffee shop in Japan, but take care, No photo is prohibited by stoic legendary balista, Mr. Katsuyuki Tanaka.”
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Pastelería
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“cool cosy little bar bordering on the cramped side in which you can smoke shisha and talk and make friends with locals.”
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Japanese Curry Restaurant
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“Shake Kojma is a dining cafe famous for its salmon recipes/menus. It is inexpensive but renowned for the taste by the gourmet community.”
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“The fish is delicious sushi. Shops to be eaten at the same price as the conveyer-belt sushi. We spend the time that the calm in the shop and spacious.”
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Tienda de electrónica
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“A restaurant where you can taste French cuisine made with materials directly from producers in a relaxed atmosphere. The interior of the compact is classic and comfortable.”
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“Iconic Ramen shop! Not usually a queue here like there is at the Ichiran shop in Shibuya.”
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“Open until late, this restaurant in Mishuku, Setagaya serves Kyoto-style udon noodles. It’s not just udon here, either—they also offer affordable donburi rice bowls and other set meals. The deep-fried shrimp and vegetable fritters are famous and filling, and the burdock root side dish is also delicious.”
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“Great local cafe with reasonably priced food and a good atmosphere. If you can make a booking and grab the outside terrace seats, its a great people watching spot. Make sure to book at least a day in advance. ”
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“Japanese sake bar. Japanese sake is Japan’s national liquor, brewed from rice grains. There are many kinds of Japanese sakes such as “Junmai-shu”, “Honjozou-shu”, and “Ginjou-shu.” They have different brewing processes and different levels of rice polish. “Jizake” means Japanese sake brewed using locally grown rice grains and water from local sources. There are many kinds of “Jizake” throughout Japan. Their uniqueness varies from region to region.”
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“There is a ramen shop in Japan called Jiro (not to be confused with the famous sushi shop of a similar name). Jiro features thick, wheaty noodles in a mega-porky soup. Add to that copious amounts of garlic, top with a mountain of bean sprouts, drizzle the whole thing with pork back fat, and you have the base of a bowl of Jiro ramen. There are other factors, but essentially this is a bowl that is tough to finish, and you'll smell like it for the next twelve hours. Jiro has spawned many Jiro-style shops. One of the best is Senrigan. The soup is intense, but drinkable. The chashu is thick-cut, but tender. The toppings are plentiful, with raw garlic, back fat, spicy crisped rice, and the stand”
Recomendado por 5 habitantes locales