An early morning visit to Tsukiji Market is a tradition on my first day in Tokyo.
You've heard of the cronut but if you find yourself in Tokyo you have to try these treats.
Between pit stops for noodles I made my way to this place, Rikugien, a beautiful neighborhood garden.
Soba Noodles Tsuta is the first ramen shop to claim a Michelin star.
I don't know how the good people at Shin do it but you would think their udon would be a heavy meal ...
Imagine an Italian bolognese done in a spicy, Chinese-Japanese style.
Turns out we both have a thing for Mee Noodle Shop.
A fun and kooky time in Harajuku.
This place. It's ramen like this one that got me hooked.
This bowl drives home that old saying: "It is the simple things".
In the heart of Ginza, located adjacent to Jiro's famous sushi den, is a place specializing in grilled eel.
Akihabara is where you will find electronic goods, pachinko mazes, maid cafes, cosplayers and a delicious bowl of shio ramen.
Even though it is an Okinawan specialty I still searched for Taco Rice in Tokyo.
Japan Airlines takes mile high dining to even greater heights.