CAT CAFE! i just learned that in tokyo this is a cafe where you can browse a petting menu in addition to a food menu which cat you want to sit on your lap while you're drinking your tea. they think of everything there!
Man cannot live on eel alone. Sushi may be the country’s most famous export, but Japan’s culinary ecosystem span stellar street food, artful tasting menus, rib-sticking bar snacks and noodle soups that inspire Beatles- (or Bieber-) level devotion. Contributor Emily Saladino explores traditional delicacies beyond the sushi bar. Douzo meshiagare!
Koji Shimomura, chef-owner of Edition, strives to offer every diner a combination of service, food and atmosphere that is his own “edition” of what an excellent dining experience should be. You won’t get a menu because he wants to serve you what you want, not what’s available. Your server will ask you what you’d like to eat, and how much of it you’d like. It’s Chef’s idea of haute couture cuisine and is his way of making sure that every guest leaves full and happy.