Street Food restaurants in Japan
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This yatai (tent) pops up along Imadegawa- dōri every evening and serves a variety of food to accompany beer and sake, such as yakitori, oden and meatballs. It’s fun but don’t expect English to be spoken (pointing at what you want is the easiest way to go).
strong>Taiyaki Fujiya sells taiyaki: sweet dumplings shaped like the festive tai (sea bream). In addition to the traditional anko (bean paste) filling, taiyaki here come filled with chocolate, custard, kurogoma (black sesame) or matcha (green tea) flavours.