The food culture in the Japanese capital, Tokyo, is second to none, but what sets it apart are the quirky innovations and dedication to technique and presentation.
Miles discovers that it’s the Japanese dedication to precision and care that allows chefs to flirt with danger and serve up some mind-bending dishes.
Tokyo is filled with restaurants, food stalls and bistros – each serving some of Japan’s best food. Though dishes like udon and soba are obvious choices, the best ones, like unagi or Japanese curry, are lesser-known. Our local insider, Bjorn, shares his picks of Tokyo’s best bites.
Whether you’re a foodie, karaoke star, drinking on the cheap or looking for some intellectual stimulation, Tokyo has something for you.