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LIFE / Food & Drink / EVERYMAN EATS
Dec 21, 2012
Food festivals: all yesterday's parties
The best of 2012 The inaugural Tama Geta Shoku no Saiten in Hachioji offered locavores a chance to sample the creative cuisine of western Tokyo. Thirty vendors showed off dishes such as motsu yaki-udon, a bowl of beef tripe and noodles from the town of Mizuho in Nishitama, and the "Tokyo-X" hot dog,...
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LIFE / Food & Drink / EVERYMAN EATS
Nov 23, 2012
Japan's white-collar feeding grounds
Forget izakaya, soba restaurants and divey Chinese eateries — if you really want to see salarymen in mass munching mode, catch them in their natural habitat at the office shokudō (cafeteria), where colleagues rub shoulders daily over a tray of freshly made rations. Besides delivering sustenance...
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LIFE / Food & Drink / EVERYMAN EATS
Oct 26, 2012
Women — the essential B-kyū ingredient
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LIFE / Food & Drink / EVERYMAN EATS
Sep 28, 2012
Diversifying Japan's biggest food festival
From its origins as a regional festival in the backwaters of Aomori Prefecture, the B-1 Grand Prix has attained a status of Fuji Rock-like proportions. The seven-year-old event, which attracts enthusiasts of local cooking from around Japan, almost single-handedly kick-started the country's obsession...
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LIFE / Food & Drink / EVERYMAN EATS
Aug 24, 2012
The chow-down tour of Kanto's local dishes
This month's Everyman Eats column brings you popular culinary affordable oddities from Tokyo and its surrounding prefectures — served with a dash of local culture.
Japan Times
LIFE / Food & Drink / EVERYMAN EATS
Jul 27, 2012
How cheap cuisine can save your town
Shigeru Tamura looks remarkably trim for someone whose hobby is eating fried noodles. Over a lunch at a yakisoba restaurant on the backstreets of Tokyo's Shibuya Ward, the 49-year-old author and law professor admits he dines out as often as twice a day. Then he pushes aside his plate of noodles and pulls...
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LIFE / Food & Drink / EVERYMAN EATS
Jun 29, 2012
Digging in: the rise of B-kyū gurume
Everyman Eats is a new column about the phenomenon of B-kyū gurume (B-grade gourmet) — inexpensive, down-home cooking that reflects local culinary traditions. This first installment considers 10 moments that helped shape the recent B-kyū boom.

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