The onsen water used in the baths at this century-old bathhouse is a mineral-rich, dark tea colour. Colourful tile mosaics and...
The story of the 47 rōnin (masterless samurai) who avenged their master, Lord Asano – put to death after being tricked into pulling a...
This gorgeous oasis is actually the grounds of a banquet hall, but anyone is free to enter and walk through the gardens (though some...
Stare out from this serene tea lounge across the beautiful late-16th-century garden, hidden behind International House of Japan. There...
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Inspired by the greengrocers and farmers' markets of NYC, this appealing cafe has an airy interior or outdoor patio to enjoy a delicious...
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David’s Deli information
If you hanker for hummus, fawn for falafel or kvell for kebabs, this cafe is like the Holy Land on the Pacific, right down the miniature Chagall stained-glass windows in the upstairs dining room. Ingredients are imported from Israel, and the pita, rye and other breads are baked fresh in house. Traditional Jewish specialties like gefilte fish and matzo-ball soup are also available, plus lots of veggie options.