Here’s another rooftop mall meal. We stopped by a crowded spot, not realizing it was yet another japanese vegetarian food place but this restaurant was also delicious. We both ordered two sets of the same, a bowl of hot udon noodles in some kind of vegetarian broth, accompanied by an assortment of curious Japanese vegetarian side dishes.
Everything was delicious! I recommend popping into a nearby mall if you’re hungry and in search of a filling and affordable meal. Curiously enough, Japan’s extensive subway systems also feature a number of underground eateries, bakeries and food stalls. They’re fortunately clean and popular food spots, nothing like NYC’s underground!
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Want to know what else to do in Tokyo? Check out my full Japan series:
That Time I Got Naked with Strangers… My Japanese Bathhouse Experience
Tsukiji Fish Market Pt 1 Is the Tuna Auction Worth Visiting?
Tsukiji Fish Market Pt 2 (You Woke Up Late) The Other Stalls
How to Travel Japan Shinkansen & the Japan Rail Pass
Tokyo’s Most Famous Temple: Asakusa and Senso-Ji
Hotel Review Mornings at the Park Hyatt Tokyo
Tokyo Sights: Visiting the Imperial East Gardens
A Visit to Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto (Memoirs of a Geisha!)
Sushi for Breakfast, Really? Sushi Daiwa at Tsukiji
Dessert Among Diamonds Mikimoto Lounge
How Good is Japanese Tonkatsu