Good Eats: Sougo (Tokyo)

Tokyo is enjoying a vegetarian revolution. When I lived here seven years ago, finding healthy food - TRULY vegetarian or organic food - was a bit of a challenge. Fast forward the clock and in the Tokyo of today, you can't go more than ten yards without tripping over a juice stand, an eatery serving... Continue Reading →

Good Eats: Roppongi Nouen (Tokyo)

**Roppongi Nouen sadly closed its doors sometime in late 2015.** Roppongi Nouen occupies prime real estate in the party neighborhood of Roppongi, making it an odd place for a restaurant that glorifies farmers. Yet here you'll find a restaurant whose walls are made of packed soil and where an herb garden occupies a prominent position... Continue Reading →

Good Eats: Zauo (Tokyo)

I've never minded having to work for my dinner and Japanese cuisine can be very hands-on. There's something rather satisfying to me about swirling my beef around the hot pot for shabu shabu or getting my vegetables grilled "just so" at a yakiniku restaurant. So imagine my excitment when I stumbled across Zauo, a restaurant... Continue Reading →

Good Eats: DevilCraft (Tokyo)

Despite having lived in Japan for four years, there's not a lot of food I miss from back home. I've never been a hot dog and apple pie kinda gal and, being fortunate enough to have access to an American commissary grocery store, I can easily sate my appetite for peanut butter and pretzels. But... Continue Reading →

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