Area:South Tokyo

Information about things to do in Japan, restaurants, films, destinations and more.

Over the past three decades, veteran owner-chef Kunio Aihara has developed a style all of his own. Instead of cutting the meat into morsels on skewers, he carves up whole birds, breaking them down into their component parts with a few deft flicks of ...

First things first: My-Le (pronounced "mee lay") is far from fancy. It occupies a humble second-floor room in a shabby building on a side street lined with love hotels and cheap taverns, within earshot of the busy JR train lines. You may feel you've ...

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