Podcast Episode 84: Where to Eat in Tokyo, Japan


An interview with Matthew Amster-Burton


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Matthew Amster-Burton

Matthew Amster-Burton

In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Matthew Amster-Burton, co-host of  Spilled Milk podcast, talks to us about dining in Tokyo.  We discuss raising children to be adventurous eaters, the origins of his podcast and the secrets to eating tempura.

Food for Thought

Chanko nabe

Chanko Nabe (uncooked)

  • Q: In Japan, what is the most common dipping sauce for the hot pot dish Sukiyaki?
  • A: A beaten raw egg

Out of the Frying Pan Picks:

Okonomiyaki

Okonomiyaki

  • Neighborhood to use as home base: Asakusa is close to the airport, Shinjuku is a central transit hub
  • Hotel/Accommodations: Liveinasia.com
  • Farmer’s Market: Shop at a depachika (expansive food hall)
  • Favorite Dessert: Soft serve ice cream and shave ice are available in exotic flavors like black sesame or tea
  • Most Adventurous Things Eaten in Japan: Junsai and Unagi No Hone (crispy fried eel bones)


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