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Updated: May 8, 2019
Tokyo is a culinary heaven, and there's no better place to explore in the city's love of food than at the Taste of Tokyo festival, which runs in mid-September. Held at Ishi to Hikari no Hiroba (between Tokyo Big Sight and Kokusai Tenjijo Station) in Odaiba, the festival features produce from farmers, fishers, chefs, and brewers from across the nation, all coming together to celebrate the diversity of Japanese cuisine. Entry to the event is free and most dishes and drinks will set you back around 500 yen.
Pick up a few extra skills in the kitchen by attending one of the festival seminars, before swinging by vendor stalls to grab a selection of fresh produce, before heading home and putting those newfound skills to the test.
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