10 Must-Try Food in Tokyo Japan

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  • Japanese Food is amazing and the variety in Tokyo is incredible. If you only have a limited time in Japan and want to try the best food in this city, make sure to watch this video. Here is our top ten list of the best foods in this incredible city. Subscribe! http://goo.gl/18SB8p Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/tabieats COCO CURRY https://tinyurl.com/yby3losb ICHIRAN RAMEN https://tinyurl.com/ybjqr3tg BEST CONVEYER BELT SUSHI https://tinyurl.com/ya3kewos SWEETJAPANESE BREAD https://tinyurl.com/y8rcw6b3 SAVORY JAPANESE BREAD https://tinyurl.com/yaygckhn CONVENIENCE STORES https://tinyurl.com/yck8vbuj IZAKAYA https://tinyurl.com/ybk6sgc6 STREET FOOD VIDEOS https://tinyurl.com/ybyqsmet TOTORATEI https://tinyurl.com/y88gaakr ======================================================= VIDEO SCHEDULE: RECIPE VIDEOS: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays INTERNATIONAL FOOD HAULS: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays FOOD TRAVEL: Thursday CONVENIENCE STORE HAULS-GADGETS-CHALLENGES: Saturday LIVESTREAMS:SUNDAY 2PM Japan Time Instagram : http://instagram.com/smine27?ref=badge Twitter : https://twitter.com/smine27 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Tabieats Need Japanese ingredients for your next dish? Want to know what products we use on our videos? Click on this link to check out our shop on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/shop/TabiEats +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Translate this video: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=FZxl9638f8s +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ *Music courtesy of Audio Network
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Yorum Sayısı: 260

  • jeff ong
    jeff ong 5 saat önce

    They looked like gay couple hahah

  • Kim Il-sung ꧄
    Kim Il-sung ꧄ 2 hafta önce

    I don't know why you suggest spending time and money in a cake shop in Japan... Instead try to find traditional Wagashi (Japanese pastries).

  • Kim Il-sung ꧄
    Kim Il-sung ꧄ 2 hafta önce

    Ramen is not halal

  • BeardedPickle
    BeardedPickle 1 ay önce

    Why did i just get one of those nigerian exorcism ads xD

  • kim huynh
    kim huynh 2 ay önce

    can you post the names of the tempura places pleaseeee

  • Scott Lee
    Scott Lee 3 ay önce

    I learned my lesson last time, now I eat while I'm watching these videos

  • Jason Caesar
    Jason Caesar 3 ay önce

    you guys gay or smthn ??

  • Mavi & Piyu
    Mavi & Piyu 6 ay önce

    いいねー美味しいそうsubscribe しましたよ 私のチャネルもsubscribe よろしくお願いします🤲

  • Autumn Fog
    Autumn Fog 6 ay önce

    I'm so happy that I found you. Can't stop watching your Videos!
    I hope someday I will have enough Money and Time to visit Japan!

    Thank you for your great impressions!

    Lots of Love from Germany!

  • Defferatel
    Defferatel 6 ay önce

    Wako tonkatsu restaurant

  • Ito Akihiro
    Ito Akihiro 8 ay önce

    I'm Muslim how about halal eating in Japan?

  • takuyayagami93
    takuyayagami93 9 ay önce

    You guys need to try some Puerto rican cuisine :D

  • BSUGrad
    BSUGrad 9 ay önce

    I got introduced to Gyudon in Tokyo. It was amazing and I still go to local places that serve it!

  • Mo dz
    Mo dz 10 ay önce


  • Fat-lord 99
    Fat-lord 99 11 ay önce

    I love this channel

  • Mole Shaman
    Mole Shaman 11 ay önce

    So great to see you recommend various things to try out. Now I want Japanese food ! :D I'm still binge-watching videos and you're both as wonderful as ever :)

  • R Stap
    R Stap 1 yıl önce

    These are my favorite videos from you guys. I like the try foods from other countries...and I like travel videos as well. But, the videos where you guys showcase and explain japanese culture/foods are the ones i like best.

  • TheMadSocrates
    TheMadSocrates 1 yıl önce

    "I always start with beer!" Satsohi, ma man!

  • Matthew Fernandez
    Matthew Fernandez 1 yıl önce

    Duuuude the Tonkatsu restaurant looks so good.

  • Agatha Ling
    Agatha Ling 1 yıl önce

    I frikkin love you guys. My husband and I use your channel to get hyped for our Japan trip!

  • CHARisma 888
    CHARisma 888 1 yıl önce


  • Mori Soba
    Mori Soba 1 yıl önce

    You talk only about Japanese fast food and street food... except Izakaya.

    Why don't you introduce genuine basic Japanese set meal like Teishoku
    or authentic Kaiseki cuisine or Kappo cuisine ?

  • Gamer_Shrimp 88
    Gamer_Shrimp 88 1 yıl önce

    Yummmmm xD

  • Olivia Travels & Foods
    Olivia Travels & Foods 1 yıl önce

    Satochi... we should meet to have some beer!!! Hahaha. And you too Shinichi... 😀😀

  • ab202012
    ab202012 1 yıl önce

    Hi Tabi-san, passed through Tokyo briefly in June, 1970, on our way to Osaka to visit the World Fair. Guess you were not born then! Japan was a very different place, too. Not quite as yuppified as now!! Stayed at Akasaka Prince and Akasaka Tokyu, did not feel they were super-expensive then. Perhaps they are now out of reach of middle-class tourists? But did not know anything about the usual tourist scene;more interested in rural Japan, agricultural Japan, plant and fruit breeding, which. unfortunately, did not get to see at all. Now, never will.

    Anyway, most memorable food in Tokyo was at a restaurant named Chinzan-so: sort of teppanyaki, but NOT the weird style common in the USA. Very restrained, and totally superb. Shiitake, eggplant, etc. roasted on iron plate by hostess, dipped in superb soy sauce or tare, did not know which, and served on exceptional rice. Wish I could recreate the same! Very simple, but extraordinary, to my taste.

    And tempura, and fried chicken, Very good, so greaseless, so full of fresh taste, difficult to accurately convey. No sushi, et. al. Don't eat any raw fish, so safer to stay away when language is a barrier! But superb o-sembei, handmade, glazed with a sweet shoyu

    The only "Japanese" ramen i ever tasted was in NYC, at Dosanko Larmen in the early 80s, just to see what it was! Pretty OK!! Maybe you will laugh!

    Speaking about laughing, I watch a few Japanese cooks [and chefs] messing around with sauteed onions, ginger, "garam masala" [ contents not specified], etc. believing they are making a more "authentic" Japanese style "curry" and I blanch.

    Some of them even openly state that they are trying to get closer to the "Indian" "original" and that makes me blanch some more!

    Experimentation and innovation to suit one's taste buds is always the way to go, BUT this whole business of generic garam masala and absence of understanding of what the foundational bases of meat cookery are in India, leave me wondering.

    You are both trained professionally and would be loathe to cut corners. Japanese are skilled perfectionists, especially where mastering various cuisines are concerned.

    French haute cuisine, for example, has some basic master sauces, upon which many others are created.

    Likewise, in India, North Indian Muslim/ Mughlai/Afghan/Avadhi meat cookery each have distinct flavor palettes and distinct set of bases for meat cookery, and these are set apart from Punjabi Hindu meat cookery, and other types of meat cookery across the North Indian plain, right through Bengal and Assam. Peninsular India, i.e. the south and west, are remarkably complex in their regional and local variations.

    India is like 29 major countries and 3000 separate groups each with very distinct cooking patterns. These are now coalescing into a huge jumble, owing to the rapid modernization, urbanization, and a whole set of sociological changes in the past 30-40 years that are accelerating and changing forever the nation's former patterns of eating and cooking for all time. Just as Japan's patterns of cooking and eating also have been radically changed forever since the 50s. So complicated, and it is hardly possible to make extract any "sense" out of India. That makes it so much fun!

  • Cory Tolbin
    Cory Tolbin 1 yıl önce


  • TuckerSP2011
    TuckerSP2011 1 yıl önce

    A very good guide! I will go someday! 🥐🍜🍙🍣🍤🍡


    I looooove almost all the foods from Japan. The only food that I won't eat is curry cuz it gives me headache.

  • cocosabine
    cocosabine 1 yıl önce

    Lol enjoyed this video. Thanks guys!

  • AriKari
    AriKari 1 yıl önce

    kobini are so great!!!

  • barbj672000
    barbj672000 1 yıl önce

    Will you two be coming back to SF or LA anytime soon?? Miss you!!! :)

  • Oscar Delgadillo
    Oscar Delgadillo 1 yıl önce

    I've been watching for a while, and I can't believe I wasn't subscribed! I rectified that after watching this video. You guys are a treat to watch!

  • Astrid Gomez
    Astrid Gomez 1 yıl önce

    Los Angeles has Little Tokyo and I love going to the plaza to get Tapioca Bread Rolls. Super crunchy outside and super chewy and green inside haha its good. Earthy and sweet.

  • JAC
    JAC 1 yıl önce

    U guys are cute! 😉🤩

  • C Hda
    C Hda 1 yıl önce

    tem-pu-rah? RU Katonk

  • Hyuuga Neji
    Hyuuga Neji 1 yıl önce

    You make me Hungry !

  • Alex Phillips
    Alex Phillips 1 yıl önce

    Awesome video bros

  • Pamela Batchelor
    Pamela Batchelor 1 yıl önce

    What is your favorite Japanese shoyu I can buy on Amazon?

  • Monstar 831
    Monstar 831 1 yıl önce

    The only Japanese bread I've had, is from Daiso!

  • Benedikte Steen Wold
    Benedikte Steen Wold 1 yıl önce

    What I NEED to eat when I go to Tokyo is, ichigo daifuku, tonkatsu, curry and dango dipped in plum jam 😍😍😍 without it, there´s no reason to go 😂 and let´s not forget about shabu shabu and yakuniku