Tokyo Discoveries: Where the Locals Eat

Travel with World Nomads’ Miles Rowland on a food adventure to Tateishi, a quaint alleyway-style marketplace on the outskirts of East Tokyo, Japan, serving down-to-earth food.

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Miles Rowland eats his way through sushi bars, endless Family Mart meals and ramen in the Japanese capital, Tokyo. Searching for a more local and down-to-earth eating experience, he explores with Tokyo insider, Yuriko Yamada, who shows him the not-so-well-known area of Tateishi, on the outskirts of East Tokyo.

This quaint little alleyway-style marketplace is filled with standing sushi bars, fresh produce, and intimate bars and restaurants that cater mainly to locals looking for refreshment after a hard day's work.

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