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Tokyo, Sapporo Recs and Itinerary Help!

endyyy | Oct 25, 201811:15 AM     2

Hi All!

Going to be headed to Tokyo for a week in Mid-December and looking for some help!

After doing some research on the board, I'm seeing that Sushi Ryusuke and Sushi Keita are highly recommended so I've asked the hotel concierge to make reservations. I'm looking to get Ryusuke for lunch and Keita for dinner; however, our hotel mentioned that Ryusuke is ~30,000 Yen for lunch, is that correct? I' was under the impression that there are lunch sets for around 15,000 Yen.

Also looking for Yakiniku and will try to book Jumbo, does anyone know the approximate cost for 2 for dinner? Any recommendations for Yakitori? Maybe a place foreigner friendly since my wife and I don't speak any Japanese.

I'm also looking for recommendations for Sapporo. I've done a search but couldn't find much information about restaurants in Sapporo and surrounding areas. We're mainly looking for some uni and crab, but open to all suggestions as I have nothing right now.

Thanks!!!

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