Food tips for our Japan trip

Eating sushi
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Our honeymoon in Japan is getting closer and most of the ryokans and hotels are now booked. We’ll visit Tokyo, Kyoto, Nikko, Nara, Hiroshima, Kamakura and Takaragawa Onsen; it wouldn’t surprise me if we’ll change the itinerary a bit but we’ll see about that. What we need now is restaurant recommendations, we’ve picked out quite a few places from discussion forums and travel books but maybe YOU know about a restaurant or bar that we shouldn’t miss. I would also be glad for recommendations what to buy and bring home to Sweden; food, food appliances and other food related things.

5 Responses to “Food tips for our Japan trip”

  1. Catesa
    August 1st, 2006 10:24

    Japan!!! im so envious,have a truly wonderful time :)

  2. Dagmar
    August 4th, 2006 12:08

    thank you Catesa!

  3. Elizabeth
    August 12th, 2006 17:20

    Hi I just came back from Japan 2 days ago. It is beautiful there I am so glad that you are going there for your honeymoon.
    There is the best resturant in koriyama if you want to go out of your way a little. It is called
    Sarara. It is an all you can eat for about 1500 yen. There are gigantic greenhouses and gardens all around. It is very peaceful and the food is the best that I have ever tasted.I am sorry that all I can give you is a name but if you go to Koriyama and find a tourist information place it shouldnt be to hard to find.
    Go to a 100 yen store, they have many dishes and table ware such as chopsticks, obento containers, and sesami grinders.
    Have fun!

  4. Em
    August 15th, 2006 20:49

    Almost every place in Japan has some local specialities. Those are usually pretty good and sometimes unique. :)

    I love Onsen!!

  5. Anguilla
    January 11th, 2010 05:02

    Anguilla is a great place to visit, I wish I could live in Anguilla.

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