The Club of Famous Curry Diners is a small counter-style restaurant in the basement of the Yurakucho Itocia Plaza building. This unusual restaurant serves curries from five famous Japanese curry shops in Tokyo. None of the curries are alike, from the creamy tomato chicken curry from Topca to the ground beef curry from Dom Pierre. A single curry can be ordered for 1000 yen or you get a set of 5 for 2500 yen. The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. There is also a branch in Akihabara.
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I first visited Japan in 2001 and since then have returned many times. With the efficiency and reliability of its transportation, the graciousness of the people, and the dedication to quality in food and service, Japan has been my standard for modern travel convenience. Every return has reminded me of the remarkable depth and diversity of the country with no two trips being alike, despite retracing steps through familiar neighborhoods. The constant dynamism of the urban centers combined with the emphasis on tradition, sense of aesthetics, and attention to detail make it one of the most exciting places to visit and an inexhaustible land for novel experiences, modern and ancient.