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  • Korean ( Tameikesanno )
  • Akasaka specializes in Korean cuisine. This was my first time to try it in Japan. First of all, I feel I need to say that I love Korean food. The spices just agree with my taste buds, and the food lea...
  • Akasaka Ichiryu

  • Korean ( Tameikesanno )
  • There's a word in the Japanese language for “loosing your appetite because of the heat:” natsubate. Spicy foods are rumored to help this condition, so I headed down to Ichiryu. Their specialty is ...
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  • Koryo

  • Korean ( Akasaka )
  • This Yakiniku restaurant is located on the second floor of the building across from a Pachinko parlor on Akasaka Misuji Street. There is a very clean and fancy atmosphere as paintings and partitions h...
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