My husband and I are going to Japan for 6 days in August and we're obsessed with food. We're planning to have one (1) over-the-top sushi meal at Harutaka and if possible, keep the rest of the meals to under $100 for both of us. Please take a look at our food itinerary below and let us know what you think. Does it leaves you screaming "I can't believe they left out __________?" If so, fill in that blank. And let us know where you stand on the OR. We also want to leave room for spontaneous meals while meandering.
Day 1: Stay in Shibuya
LUNCH: Tenkou (tempura)
DINNER: Torishige Honten OR Fuku (yakitori)
Day 2: Tsujiki market, Hama Rikyu, Asakusa, Ginza
BREAKFAST: Daiwa Sushi
snacks: Tsukiji Market in the outer market ( donburi rice bowls, ramen)
LATE LUNCH: Tofuya Ukaitei (tofu)
DINNER: Ukaitei (steak)
Day 3: Shinjuku, Harajuku (meiji jingu park), Kabuchichu
LUNCH: Ramen (Ramen Jiro OR Menya Kissou OR Ivan Ramen OR Chukasoba Ito)
DINNER: Harutaka (sushi)
Day 4: day trip to Nikko
Day 5: Tue | Akihabara, Roppongi Hills
LUNCH: Matsugen Ebisu OR Kanda Yabusoba (soba)
snack: nanxiang xiao long bao
DINNER: Buri Ebisu (standing bar)
Day 6: Free Day
BREAKFAST: back at Tsujiki for sushi?
LUNCH: Ramen/Food Court?