Wednesday, April 16, 2008

People asking for lunch at Ohtemachi, in Tokyo


Some business districts, such as Ohtemachi and Shiodome, have less places for having lunch, so when lunch time, many food stalls come out.

2 Comments:

At 12:26 PM, Blogger Jeanette said...

Elephant Box? I miss Japan. Thanks for all of the photos!

 
At 9:38 PM, Anonymous Seattle Faerie Girl said...

Vietnamese Pho' (beef noodle soup) is popular in Japan just like here in Seattle, Washington state, USA. I wonder if you can choose what kind of beef you get at the Elephant stall. Here in Seattle, at any good Pho' restaurant, you can get any kind you want, tai (raw, bloody beef), chin, gau, gan, sach (cow stomach) and more. I don't think I have seen any mobile Pho' stalls, at least, not yet. Maybe this is an opportunity to get rich? No, it is well known that a restaurant is the most difficult business and most fail after three years. Better keep my day job fixing computers.

 

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