Japanese Street Food Tour | Eating in Togoshi Ginza, Tokyo 🍢

In this video we try Japanese street food in Tokyo! There are several markets and pedestrian zones to visit in the city, but on this particular day, we decided to go to Togoshi Ginza which is the longest shopping street in the city, and also a good place to try street food in Tokyo.

Because we decided to visit on a Monday morning, we found that many of the places were not open, but we still managed to find some Japanese food to try, and many of the dishes were completely new to us.

Of course, we also had our friend Rob join us on this adventure since we were travelling in Tokyo together. You can find his channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/bloggeries

But now let’s dive into the street food! Here is a complete list of the Japanese dishes that we tried during our visit:

1) Korokke: this is a Japanese croquette that can be made with a mixture of meat, seafood or vegetables / ¥ 130-370

2) Melonpan with cream and fruit: this is a sweet and fluffy bread cut in half and filled with cream and fruits like mandarins / ¥ 320

3) Oden: this is a Japanese dish that is very popular during the winter months. It is a broth with a lot of ingredients such as tofu, radishes, egg, fish paste, etc. / ¥ 320

4) Doughnut: we found a place called Floresta that sold cute doughnuts in the form of animals like cats and dogs. ¥ 180-200

5) Melonpan: this is a sweet bread that bears the name ‘melon’ because of its shape, but it does not have any melon inside. They sell various flavours such as chocolate, cinnamon, and caramel. / ¥ 180

6) Japanese Whiskey: we ordered a Suntory whiskey with soda to finish the day. / ¥ 400

7) Fried Chicken: we also ordered a plate of fried chicken to share, but it was already towards the end of our visit and after a few whiskeys, I can not remember the price – maybe about ¥ 600-700.

And that concludes our Japanese street food tour in Togoshi Ginza, Tokyo. We hope you enjoyed this video, and that it gave you some ideas of what you can eat in Japan!

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