I'm hoping some of the Tokyo experts can help me out -- my wife and I will be in Tokyo in a couple of weeks, and are really looking forward to all the great eating. We've been separately to Japan before, but it was as poor students (= lots and lots of ramen).
Here's my challenge -- I'm looking to expand my Japanes food experience, but I don't eat seafood at all, and in some cases have terrible allergies. I'm excited to try all the great ramen, tonkatsu, and (non seafood) izakaya places, but that's something I can get at home. I'm interested in other recs -- what should I look out for, especially in terms of seasonal / regional foods I can't get in Seattle, but that aren't from the sea?
For what it's worth, I will happily devour pretty much any part of any land-based animal, and am ready for (food) adventure. And don't speak Japanese, if it matters.