Showa Era Coffee Shops, a Trip Through Time! Nishi Ogikubo, Yanaka, and Minami-Senju Cafes Ep:65

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The Showa Era is a massive cultural and economic development period in Japan but its icons are often skipped over in your average trip around Tokyo. There are plenty of small, family owned coffee shops that encapsulate this post-war era's reconstruction, and they all have their quirks, from coo-coo clocks to handmade pastries.

So take a step back in time with Emily to shops that are more than your average mainstream corner cafes.

Goodbye Heisei. Welcome Reiwa! Golden Week Holidays, Rolling Stones Exhibitionism Ep:64

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We're going into a 10 day holiday strwak this week with thanks to the enthronement of a new emperor. That also means we're entering a new era: Reiwa.
Alex explains each holiday and also talks about the Rolling Stones Self Produced Exhibit in Tokyo.

※The closing day of EXHIBITIONISM - The Rolling Stones, which we talked about last episode, has been extended until Wednesday, June 5th!
Take this opportunity to check it out if you're in Tokyo!

[The shop introduced in this episode]
TOC GOTANDA MESSE
https://bit.ly/2VDRRX6

MUJI GINZA
https://bit.ly/2GExiQK

Michelin Tokyo pt3 Okonomiyaki, Okinawa and Dim Sum Ep63

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In this episode, Alex & Emily talk about their experiences at amazing Onigiri, Okonomiyaki, Okinawa Chinese and Dim Sum restaurants that were mentioned in the Michelin Guide.

[The shop introduced in this episode]
Yadoroku
https://bit.ly/2Iz1YFl

OSAKA Kitchen
https://bit.ly/2Zd9JqH

Amanoya
https://bit.ly/2KFBDrZ

Tama
https://bit.ly/2Iyg0r5

Tim Ho Wan Hibiya
https://bit.ly/2UhswNy