The World's Best Cities for Street Food

With traffic jams of trendy food trucks piling up in American cities, it's easy to overlook the rich global history of street food. D...
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Tokyo, Japan

In a country that has the highest vending machine—to—person ratio in the world, pretty much everything is available to go. If the idea of getting fresh lobster or eggs from a robot doesn't whet your appetite, wander through the depachika: underground food halls in Tokyo where you'll find everything from coffee-flavored Paris Brest desserts to hot yakitori (grilled chicken skewers) and onigiri (rice balls), all served by human-operated vendors.

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