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Best restaurants in Ariake

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“It is safe to say that there is no other bar owner in Tokyo who can match Mark Kagaya for brilliant lunacy. His side-splitting antics are this humble izakaya 's star attraction although his mum's nourishing home-cooking also hits the spot. Bookings are essential. ”
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“You are able to learn disaster prevention against earthquake and tsunami. No fee for entry. Open Hours 9:30~17:00. Closed on Mondays.”
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“If you want to try Monja and Okonomi-yaki, you do not go to Tsukishima. "Nakachan" is one of my favorite Monja restaurants and budget more friendly than Tsukishima. Try their set menu (you can choose any 3 dish and get discount). Ask their staff to cook on the Teppan of your table.”
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“If you are lazy to go out for eat, call BROZERS' hamburger 03-5534-8504. They will deliver authentic juicy american burgers within 30 mins. ”
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“A traditional style Japanese Kaiseki cuisine restaurant. There is no menu to choose from; all dishes are part of a set course. Prices for this type of cuisine tend to be bit more on the higher side.”
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“Do not miss this Ramen shop when you are in Shinonome. Their Ramen is simple chicken based soup but very deep taste. I recommend the cheapest "Shido Ramen" with egg for the first visitor. They are open until 1am.”
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Donburi Restaurant
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“A variety of tasty dishes at incredible prices. The beef on rice bowl is very popular in Japan.”
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Market
“Established 110 years ago, this traditional dessert store has a welcoming, homey feel to it, with sweet old ladies serving bite-sized portions of sweet dumplings and strawberry rice cakes—popular amongst market workers taking a short break. All the sweets are small—little more than a mouthful—so you can enjoy eating them while you walk through the market.”
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