Sunday, December 6, 2015

Tokyo - A visit to Tamahide


http://www.tamahide.co.jp/menu-hiru-oyakodon.html

















http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g1066444-d1660293-r191033296-Tamahide-Chuo_Tokyo_Tokyo_Prefecture_Kanto.html

6 comments:

Video Ichiban said...

Ningyocho, right?

Tony Mariani said...

Absolutely correct!
http://www.ningyocho.or.jp/english/

Video Ichiban said...

Yeah!

Some research shows that the white building with the line outside is Tamahide, which has been around for more than 250 years. I'd go there myself but it looks quite expensive and I'm not really a fan of oyakodon. Have you eaten there?

Udon_lover said...

> Video Ichiban
It is Tamahide. I have eaten there. If you don't care for Oyako-don, it's not your place. This place is reasonable when you go there for lunch, though...1500 Japanese yen for Oyako-don. It is expensive at night.

Tony Mariani said...

Thank you Udon_lover.

Sumaia Mohona said...

One of the appealing Netherlands museums is the Anne Frank House. This is located in Amsterdam and this is all about the hiding place of Anne Frank and is believed to be the exact place where she wrote her famous diary. Another is the Army Museum in Delft. If you are interested in what the soldiers wore and used, this is the best place to visit. Relax and enjoy their collections and special exhibitions. Also included in the interesting museums to visit in Netherlands is the Aviodrome or the Airplane Museum in Lelystad. Airplanes are truly one of the most wonderful creations that we have today and it is only right that a museum is dedicated for them here in Netherlands. You will find different types of aviation such as helicopters, sports planes and even historic aircraft. They are famous for their theme park that contains fascinating planes for both kids and adults.