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  • Opippi

  • Udon ( Shimbashi )
  • Opippi is a tiny udon restaurant a few minutes walk from Kasumigaseki. I ducked in (literally) during lunch time and was greeted by a kind hostess sat me down facing another businessman at a tiny tabl...
  • Ginza Muginbo

  • Udon ( Tsukiji )
  • Muginbo is a popular spot for classier business people to grab a quick lunch. You'll find it packed during the lunch hour, and full of people in snappy business suits. Be prepared to sit at a table wi...
  • Sakata

  • Udon ( Ginza )
  • When I find a restaurant with a line trailing out the door, I assume that I've found a good spot. It's kind of a common sense rule, but it doesn't always hold. I went to Sakata, and indeed had to wait...
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