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aaronjmajors | Feb 14, 201706:33 PM     2

We'll be in Japan for a little more than a week in late March/early April, and I'm piecing together our meal itinerary. I have reservations at Sushi Iwa and Shoraian already, but haven't booked anything else yet. I tried to make reservations at Yakitori Hitomi for the day we'll be there, but they were booked up. Any advice or must-go suggestions for the gaps below would be appreciated!

Day 1 - Tokyo
Lunch: Sushi Iwa
Dinner: Afuri

Day 2 - Ise
Lunch: Ekiben on the Shinkansen
Dinner: Kaiseki at Oishiya

Day 3 - Ise / Osaka
Lunch: ??? (Near Ise Jingu)
Dinner: ??? (Near Dotonbori or Namba)

Day 4 - Kyoto
Lunch: Shoraian
Dinner: ??? (Near Gion)

Day 5 - Osaka
Lunch: ??? (Near Osaka Castle)
Dinner: Ballpark food at Osaka Dome

Day 6 - Kyoto
Lunch: Street Food in Nishiki Market
Dinner: Ijuzū

Ginza IWA
Ekibenya Matsuri
THAI STREET FOOD
Main Street Food Court
Dotonbori Kamukura Kabukicho
Dotonbori Kamukura Shibuya
Gion
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