Hidden Japanese Street Food Tour at Tokyo Happy Road

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Hidden Japanese Street Food Tour in Oyama Tokyo. I’ll show you some of my secret favorite street food at Happy Road Oyama. Japan Street Food is amazing and one of the best places to find Street Food in Japan are in these local shopping streets outside of the busy Tokyo areas. We take a Tokyo Street Food walking tour around Oyama Station and the Happy road area. We tour and eat Japanese street food from various shops and restaurants. I hope you enjoy the Japan street food tour.

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Japanese Street food at Tokyo Happy Road Oyama
Oyama Station –

0:00 – Intro
1:27 – 1. Yakitori Honpo Hamakei

3:19 – 2. Watanabe Sengyo

4:35 – 3. Shugetsudo

6:09 – 4. Yanaka Coffee

7:12 – 5. Funachu Oyama

9:27 – 6. Bakery & Cafe Mauju

11:10 – 7. Ikkon

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40 Replies to “Hidden Japanese Street Food Tour at Tokyo Happy Road”

  1. Bala subramanian Ganesh

    Hey man, why don't you do more "a day in the life" videos as analytics show that you're channel's one of the most viewed contents are "a day in the life"……..it used to be a lot intresting than you're present content ideas….pls don't mistake me…..it's just a friendly suggestion.

  2. j go

    "Today was a good day" Tell us some other stuff Ice Cube says. 😄 "So deep put her butt to sleep" I thought that meant her butt went numb.

  3. Kei Otani

    Was this shot before the 3rd lockdown announcement? I don't have TV and watching miyane-ya gave me nothing. I need to go to the mall to buy stuff but not sure if they are open at all.

  4. JapaneseCouncilor FilipinaWife

    I think my brother contacted you by email about asking to shoot his unique bar in Tokyo. Did you receive it?

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  6. Roy

    Thank you for this great video Paolo and also for keeping your sponsor at the end of the video, there are not many creators that do that and put their own content first!

  7. alex dzib

    japans filled with mysterius shops with deliciuosos food if anyone are willing to patron me i could wherver they send me to taste all those tasty dishes T_T but im poor

  8. S L

    I don't know… whenever I see you it makes me want to jump into the screen and give you a BIG BIG hug. Your smile is so contagious. You look just like my younger brother who lives there in Tokyo that I haven`t seen in years.

  9. Andy Cheng

    Ah the Yakitori Honpo Hamakei really brought back some memories.

    Although it's quite out of the way, I highly recommend checking out Satou Kichijoji for their scrap meatball. It slaps!
    Let me know what you think if you ever get to go!

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