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After spending a couple of hours at Tokyo Auto Salon, we had to stick to a tight schedule for everyone to be able to get their money’s worth and experience everything Japan has to offer. Right before we were going to get on the train to Odaiba, I spotted Ikinari Steak! This steak spot is so good and during my last trip in Tokyo I ate it at least 5 times with Vinh.
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They usually let you pick what grade of meat you can eat, but I guess during lunch it’s a set menu.

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The food was still excellent.

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I hope you guys appreciate food porn as much as I do.

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Our first stop in Odaiba was the Hello Kitty store for some dessert!

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 The guys couldn’t deny the cuteness of the cone. We had to punch each other in the face to feel like a man again.

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  Rica and her Hello Kitty green tea swirl.

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Delicious and cute all in one cup.

DSC04982   The thing you must see when in Odaiba is the life size Gundam.

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Then swing by Decks Odaiba and go to the huge arcade center that houses the Initial D game.

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The view from the Decks of Odaiba.

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See that tall orange thing on the right? That was our next destination and it is also my favorite place in Japan, The Tokyo Tower.

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I’ve been to this tower so many times, but it still puts me in awe every time I’m up close.

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Magical.

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Make sure you get some dessert or coffee in the cafe up here.

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The Japan crew.

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The view up here is amazing and is definitely worth the money to go all the way up.

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For dinner we had yakitori at this spot that I’ve been going to every year that I’m in Japan. Everything is only 280 yen and it is delicious!

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Chicken skin!

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Jalapeno poppers.

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Apparently not many yakitori places serve beef. This one does.

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Get wrecked.

-NGU MINH

I just want to travel and see cool things. Follow me on Instagram and twitter @nguminh and @thefoodadventurist.

4 Comments

  1. Milky Diamonds

    February 9, 2016 at 11:42 am

    Hey Minh,

    First of all awesome photos! Dude you gotta tell me where that yakitori place is, I NEED to hit that up next time I’m in Japan.

    Which leads on to my next point; do you guys ever travel to the Drift Matsuri’s at Ebisu Circuit? They happen 3 times a year (April/May, August, November). If you don’t I’m more than happy to show you guys around and take you drifting! You just gotta take me to the best food spots in Tokyo!

    Anyway I’m off to get some food after reading to post.
    Hope to hear from you soon!

    Milky Diamonds

    • Minh Nguyen

      February 9, 2016 at 10:12 pm

      This is the name and address of the place. It’s in the back alleys and has a chicken as it’s logo.

      鳥貴族六本木店
      4-11-4 Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan

      We have never been to Drift Matsuri, but I would definitely be interested in going! Maybe in August!

      • Milky Diamonds

        February 22, 2016 at 9:14 am

        Awesome, thanks for the info, I will definitely go there when I’m next in Japan!

        Trust me when I say it is amazing, if you do decide to go in August, let me know! I’ll show you guys around and take you drifting too!

  2. Aakarsh

    February 21, 2016 at 2:57 am

    Comme tu peux le voir sur le titre de la photo, c e9tait au sommet du Mont Fuji apre8s 8h lgonues heures de monter en pleine nuit pour voir le coucher du soleil.Concernant Kyoto, je te conseille les temples comme Fushimi-Inari-Taisha et d aller en centre ville pour e9sperer voir des Geisha ps : kyoto palace j ai pas trop aime9!Rock travel Articles re9cents..

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