Posted by: Sumire
Today I would like to share with you about Japanese traditional things which you might be interested in.
One day one of our guests asked me where food stall is. The guy wanted to have an experience he have never done in Japan before.
So I thought that here is a good opportunity to tell you like a foreigner the answer.
You cannot see often except for a special event held such as a festival.
For example, when I went to Fushimi Inari Temple in Kyoto on the day after a new year last year, there were many food stalls on the street inside of the area of the temple.
Noodles, Takoyaki, Japanese sweets, fried chicken etc....
You can have those of foods and beverages as you walk.
So yes, you can enjoy having them at outside!
But not in the street of downtown in TOKYO...
Maybe if would like to have an experience like you do in your country,
I recommend you to go to the place like this.
If you are lucky, you might have a chance to see a food stall in Ikebukuro area.
You will be very welcome to ask us anything about Japanese interesting things to do!
All friendly staffs are here at the front desk in Sakura Hotel Ikebukuro.
Posted by: Sumire (November 12, 2018 4:49 PM)