Healthy Eating In Tokyo

Healthy Eating In Tokyo

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For those nights when you want to eat something a little bit healthy, here's where to enjoy some greens, a big salad, or a nice piece of fish in Tokyo.

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    Sit by sushi bar. Order as much raw fish to try. I love the fatty tuna the most. Scallops were so delicious too! Can go back for sure! Love sashimi -- Annie Wu via Foursquare
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    It's a computerized kaiten sushi place where once you order the sushi through a tablet, the sushi is made and flies right out & stops in front of you. a good place to bring visitors for a casual meal -- Anthony K via Foursquare
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    One of the best sushi i have ever eaten! Jiro-san is almost 90 better try this! Once in a lifetime experience. Be prepared for your dialogue in japanese as well. Bring around Y30,000+ for sushi course -- CJ Dayrit via Foursquare
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    Two counters at this enormous, crowded market stand out above the rest: Sushi-Dai and Daiwa Sushi. This is the freshest sushi you will ever try, and the immense variety will impress you too. -- Epicurious via Foursquare
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    Budget for a good hour of waiting in line. Get a ticket and as a rule of thumb 10 numbers take around 15-25mins. Worth the wait if you are a big sushi fan, fresh, affordable and awesome. -- Joe Wu via Foursquare
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    A lot posher than their previous location. Visit only after pay day, but the Mediterranean menu is varied and original and the wines worth a carafe or two. The staff speaks English. Book in advance!! -- Paul Baron via Foursquare
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    cheapest tamago ever! only 15 THB and the quality is above average too! but me loves otoro - just about 150 THB per piece! super cheap cheap quality sushi!. worth the wait :-)) -- ningsta via Foursquare
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    Jyou set (7 pcs) is 2600 yen and omakase set (11 pcs) is 4000 yen now as of 17 April 2014! You can tell them if you have some preference and leave it out in the set. Can order a la carte! -- Sher Sah via Foursquare
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    The market is good, lots of organic food, but kinda expensive. Don't rely on special events, went there hoping to see as advertised "Chocolate Market" and it was disappointing. -- Julia Grando via Foursquare
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    The appeal of the place is the conveyor belt but if you don't see anything you like, they've got a menu (in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean) that you can order from. -- 💎T via Foursquare
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    Worth the price. One of the best sushi restaurants in Tokyo. According to WSJ, this restaurant is Nicholas Cage. Steven Spielberg, and Howard Schultz's favorite! -- Namhee Cho via Foursquare
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    This place is amazing! Fresh (seaweed still crispy), cheap (2 salmon pcs for ¥105), free green tea, English-friendly and gets sent straight to you via conveyor belt. If you don't go, you lose at life. -- Jackson Chew via Foursquare
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