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A Tokyo Bender

A guide to Tokyo by Indie Pop Band, Morning Benders's Chris Chu. From NY Times T Magazine

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36 Hours in Tokyo

36 Hours in Tokyo, Japan - NYTimes.com - Besides joining the crowds on Tokyo’s shopper-clogged streets, you can take a cruise, see a Buddhist temple or partake of a kaiseki dinner on the 45th floor of a luxury hotel.

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Ristretto

Now on my "to do" list when I go to Tokyo is to find some "Kissatens" -- old-style coffee stalls. So Seattle is not the first coffee obsessed city. I love that the writer comments that sometimes it is not the perfect coffee that appeals, rather the perfect experience and atmosphere...and relaxed attitude.

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Noma Chef René Redzepi’s Guide to Eating in Tokyo

Noma chef Rene Redzepi is about to close the book on his Tokyo pop-up restaurant—but before he does, Condé Nast Traveler sat down with the chef to get his recommendations on Tokyo’s best eats.

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Seeing Things

Muji’s research team travels around Japan and the rest of the world to seek out everyday goods that are updated, repurposed or “Muji-fied” to better suit contemporary life and the company’s clean, minimal aesthetic.

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The Outsider's Guide to Tokyo: 10 Cutting-Edge Cafes, Shops, and Restaurants

Bombay Bazaar in Daikanyama: Jay Carroll's Outsider's Guide to Tokyo

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10 ramen shops in Tokyo worth visiting

10 ramen shops in Tokyo worth visiting | Matador Network

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The Outsider's Guide to Tokyo: 10 Cutting-Edge Cafes, Shops, and Restaurants

The Outsider's Guide to Tokyo: 10 Cutting-Edge Cafes, Shops, and Restaurants #tokyo

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Many Fronts in Fighting Obesity

Many Fronts in Fighting Obesity - NYTimes.com

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What Kids Around the World Eat for Breakfast

<p>For Viv, breakfast is a glass of milk with bread, unsalted butter and — most important — sweet sprinkles, which come in multiple flavors (chocolate, vanilla, fruit) and sizes (small, large, shavings). A government-run website promoting tourism boasts that every day the Dutch eat at least 750,000 slices of bread topped with the chocolate sprinkles called <em>hagelslag</em> (‘‘hailstorm’’), making it the country’s most popular bread topping. For a nation of nearly 17 million people, that’s…

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Double-Dredged and Extra Crispy Buttermilk Fried Chicken

“Colonel Cozy’s” Double-Dredged & Fried Chicken

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5 Things You Should Be Doing to Have an Insanely Productive Week

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8 Food Blog Links We Love

hot buttered fig + rosemary bourbon cider by Beth Kirby | {local milk}, via Flickr