The Hungry Man's Tokyo Budget Travel Tuesday, Feb 21, 2006, 4:09 PM The pork at Hirata Bokujyou comes from the restaurant's private farm about 350 miles north of Tokyo (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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The pork at Hirata Bokujyou comes from the restaurant's private farm about 350 miles north of Tokyo (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
Te's spaghetti with spicy cod roe (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
Nodaiwa, a restaurant devoted to eel (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
At Te, in Roppongi Hills, patrons order at a vending machine, then take the resulting ticket inside (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
Oshio, a monja-yaki joint (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
A pork cutlet at Hirata Bokujyou (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
The dessert section in Matsuya's basement food hall (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
The boxed eel lunch at Nodaiwa (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
Sushi Dai (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
Kyushu Jangara Ramen (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
In Japan, slurping your soup is a sign of appreciation. A diner at Kyushu Jangara Ramen shows how it's done (Photo: Tetsuya Miura) (Tetsuya Miura)
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