JAPAN Street Food $100 CHALLENGE in Asakusa, Tokyo! The best Japanese Street Food in Tokyo!

JAPAN Street Food $100 CHALLENGE in Asakusa, Tokyo! The best Japanese Street Food in Tokyo!
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Asakusa is reminiscent of an older Tokyo, lined with traditional craft shops and street-food stalls along Nakamise Street, near the ancient Sensō-ji Temple. Mid-19th-Century Hanayashiki Amusement Park has thrill rides and cafes, while riverside Kuritsu Sumida Park hosts regular festivals and firework displays. Casual izakaya bars dot the neighborhood, as well as yakitori restaurants serving grilled meat skewers and beer.

1. KIMURAYA HONTEN: Gold-Leaf Kinpaku (Ice Cream)
ADDRESS: Nakamise area, Asakusa

?PRICE: 9 USD/1,000 JPY
2. ASAKUSA SORATSUKI: Ichigo Rare Cheese (Strawberry Swirl Rare Cheesecake) + Shiroan (Sweet White Bean Paste)
ADDRESS: Nakamise area, Asakusa

?PRICE: 3.62 USD/400 JPY for Ichigo Rare Cheese | 3.17 USD/350 JPY for Shiroan
3. KIMURAYA: Asakusa Menchi (Fried Minced Pork Bread)
ADDRESS: Demboin-dori area, Asakusa
OPEN: 10AM – 7PM

?PRICE: 2.27 USD/250 JPY per piece
4. KIMURAYA: Ningyouyaki (Doll Cakes)
ADDRESS: 2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taitō, Tokyo
OPEN: 10AM – 7PM

?PRICE: 5.44 USD/600 JPY for 8 pieces
5. ARTERIA BAKERY: Ichigo Daifuku (Mochi with Strawberry)
ADDRESS: Nakamise area, Asakusa
OPEN: 9:30AM – 7PM

?PRICE: 8.16 USD/900 JPY for 3 pieces
6. ARTERIA BAKERY: Melon Pan (Melon-Shaped Bread)
ADDRESS: Nakamise area, Asakusa
OPEN: 9:30PM – 7PM

?PRICE: 1.81 USD/200 JPY (without cream) | 3.62 USD/400 JPY (with cream)
7. KIKUYA: Mitarashi Dango (Red Beans) + Isobemochi (Mochi with Soy Sauce Wrapped in Seaweed)
ADDRESS: Nakamise area, Asakusa
OPEN: 10AM – 6PM

?PRICE: Mitarashi Dango: 1.09 USD/120 JPY | Isobemochi: 1.81 USD/200 JPY
8. TERAKOYA MAINSTORE ASAKUSA: Kushi Nure Okaki (Roasted Soft Rice Cracker)
ADDRESS: Nakamise area, Asakusa

Rice and taro are mixed together, then roasted, adding chili powder, sashimi seeds and herbs.

?PRICE: 4.53 USD/500 JPY for 5 pieces
9. TOKIWADO: Kaminari Okoshi (Japanese Sweet Rice Cracker)
ADDRESS: Nakamise area, Asakusa (next to Sensō-ji Temple gate)
OPEN: 9AM – 8:30PM

?PRICE: 2.72 USD/300 JPY
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  1. I guess the 'dont walk with food' warnings are there because the isekai-truck drives around every corner, waiting to kill innocent people running with their food in japan ?

  2. ahh seriously i miss Japanese cuisine so much… i'm Japanese but i'm now studying in Lithuania, apparently every "Asian food" is kinda adventure for me, but just for your info, there is Kaziukas festival in the spring, i'm sure you can take a great deal for your challenge

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