Little Tokyo: what and where

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Little Tokyo is like an open-air food court in Makati – ah, you can say similar to a hawker centre. I am always fond of this type of food centres because everything is laid out for you – a feast for the senses one may say. From one stall to another is always a delight – you will never know what is on the next stop. Instead of food stalls, it has several Japanese restaurants in it. So just imagine my excitement and curiosity when I entered the place. Like hawker centres, you can cross order, from one restaurant to another and the server/s from where you are eating will order and deliver it to you. If you’re not a fan of al fresco dining, don’t worry because the restaurants has an indoor seating.

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Little Tokyo houses some of the best Yakiniku and Izakaya establishments in the metro. Oh you can also get one of the best takoyaki here which I reviewed too :) Almost all of the establishments here are recommended by Japanese food enthusiasts. Well I have my favourites but I guess you can’t go wrong with whatever resto you pick here. Everything Japanese is in one place and within your reach, how amazing is that.

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How authentic can the place get? Pay a visit and you’ll know :) Don’t miss the Choto shop!

2277 Amorsolo St
Pio Del Pilar, Makati
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