Like many foreign dishes, the Japanese have adapted their own style to make curry a little different. However, this doesn’t mean that traditional curry is hard to come by. Here are three types of curry restaurants you can find in Tokyo.
Let’s just start with me telling you how much I love Nagoya meshi (Nagoya specialty food). Nagoya is often overlooked, but in my opinion I think this offers the best all around food in Japan.
Especially if you are vegetarian, Indian and Nepalese curry shops in Japan are something you must try. They are all over the country!
Curry seems to be everywhere in Japan. From ready-made packets at convenience stores to hotel restaurants and everywhere in between the tremendously popular Japanese style curry is often somewhere on the menu. Although a delicious option wherever you go there are times when cravings for more traditional and complex flavors take over.
There will be an event “Kanda Curry Grand Prix” in Kanda, Tokyo.
Curry is one of the most popular menus in japan along with ramen, and it is the fourth time for this popular event to take place this year.