Instead of having kaisekiryouri (Traditional Japanese cuisine) at Hirobun in Kibune, opt to have nagashi-soumen which is a fun way to eat cold noodles. The noodles come sliding down a pipe that you have to catch with your chopsticks as it passes in front of you. They time it so you get your noodles one bite at a time and they make it so you’re only sharing your pipe with your own party so you don’t have to share it with other guests
I'd want more space for Elason to play in the courtyard but I like the outdoor retreat feeling for her in the middle of the city. Nature (and open floor plan) is the main reason we want this house. -Beth
10 Sensational Stops for Japanese Food in Shinjuku, Tokyo
Little Tokyo in Norwalk, CT - You will never guess they make good Japanese food here judging from the area. They have the best tasting barbequed eel. I love ordering their Donburi's (rice bowls) as well as the Yakisoba.