The World's Best Food Cities: Tokyo

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Kanda Yabu Soba

1880 Even more than sushi, soba (buckwheat noodles) is the quintessential Tokyo food. For more than 130 years, local tradesmen and artisans have come here for freshly made noodles, served with side dishes such as anago (conger eel) tempura or roast duck breast. The restaurant is housed in a one-story wooden villa and offers two seating options: chairs or thin cushions on tatami mats.

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