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We ate many great & traditional Japanese dishes while in Japan, but the one thing that really stood out was okonomiyaki. My brother and his friends had randomly found this place a while back - and he liked it so much that he brought us there as a surprise. It's located a few streets from any main road and might not be that likly to just "walk by"- Therefore, it's worth a mention for any future Tokyo visitors.
The idea is that you get all your ingredients in a bowl, mix it all together and then cook it yourself - on the grill that's in the middle of each table in the restaurant. Equally weird & cool and was most definitely one of the best restaurant experiences of the entire trip.
Find out the location & more on Sakura Tei's website: here.
Shinjuku Gyoen - Tokyo, Japan. This happens to be one of my favorite photos I took while in Japan. Actually, scratch that. This is my favorite photo I've ever taken. It used to be this one - but this one above just stole 1st place.
By only looking at this photo, you would think it was just another peaceful day in the park. What you can't see are the hundres of tourists standing right behind me, taking photos of the sakura trees with selfie sticks...
Somehow I feel like, just knowing that, makes this photograph even better. Knowing that those two men were able to sit down, have a break from it all and just talk, in the middle of all the chaos that was happening just a few metres behind their backs.
Photo: me, edit: Erik