Din Tai Fung
Advertising Museum Tokyo
This collection is run by Dentsu, Japan’s largest advertising agency. It covers everything from woodblock-printed handbills from the Edo...
Nakagin Capsule Tower
A Facebook campaign has been started by some residents and fans to save Kurokawa Kisho's early-1970s building, which is a seminal work...
Reserve in advance for free tours with an English-speaking guide of the Tokyo-headquarters of this national newspaper. Tours are offered...
Dentsū Shiki Theatre Umi
Located in the Shio-Site complex beside the headquarters of the Dentsū advertising group, Shiki Theatre Sea stages Japanese versions of...
2-4-1 Nihombashi · interesting places nearby
Din Tai Fung information
One word is all you need at this branch of Taipei’s most esteemed dumpling house: shōronpō . To enjoy these juicy pork ‘soup’ dumplings served in bamboo steamers, scoop one carefully into your spoon, sprinkle a drop of sushōyu (vinegar soy sauce) and a few strands of grated ginger on top, poke a hole in it, slurp out the broth, then eat. Then move on to noodle soups and vegetable dishes from the picture menu. There’s another branch in Shiodome .