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Kaustav Padmapati
Deja Vu: The first impression of “Tokyo” was Deja-Vu. Am I landed at Manhattan of New York City? The roads, boulevards, the skyscrapers and the tall buildings looked familiar.
Kaustav Padmapati
Tokyo – Where food meets artJapan is a country where food meets art. Japanese believe in presentation and perfect size of the items being served. Food displays are too good looking to eat. Tokyo offers options for all kind food lovers – street food, candies, ramen noodles machines and high-class pricey restaurants. Entire city is full of enormous restaurants, convenient stores and takeaways. I highly recommend anyone visiting Tokyo to try a traditional Japanese meal served in the Bento boxes. Green tea is served all places to eat. Being a tea lover, I highly recommend any Macha (green tea) flavored ice cream or sweets after any meal. There are ramen bars all over Tokyo, which will cost you $5 to $8. There are Chinese, French, Italian restaurants all parts and markets for those who are not a big fan of Japanese cuisine.