A spot of wet weather is no reason not to be out and about.
Saya Hatton was born and raised in Japan, so she is very much used to Tokyo’s hustle and bustle. Although she may seem like a foreigner due to her half Canadian characteristics, she considers herself very much part of the Japanese society. Some of her favourite aspects of Japan are the people, the atmosphere, and of course, the food.
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Atmosphere, quality of food, and experience are all crucial aspects to a restaurant. Isshin, located in one of the snazziest areas in Tokyo, Daikanyama, is a rice house that provides the best of these traits, and is cheapo worthy too. You can […]