Eating in an izakaya is a must-try experience for foreigners coming to Japan. With a huge choice of Japanese dishes and drinks, these places are always lively and filled with a very typical but friendly atmosphere.
The Yurakucho Sanchoku Inshokugai is no exception: there you can find half a dozen izakaya packed in a tiny but traditional street located under the JR bridge near Ginza station. Each restaurant is specialized in regional dishes - the hardest thing when coming there is to decide in which one to spend your time.
So what could you possibly answer when being invited by a TV show to taste as many dishes as possible in these izakaya? Itadakimasu of course!
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