Some more food images from Tokyo:
A welcoming pig in Kabuki-cho:
Another pig, this one on the roof above a Korean barbecue joint in Tokyo’s Koreatown:
And sausages – who knew the Japanese were such keen sausage enthusiasts, and that the sausages were so Germanic? According to Ivan Orkin in The Wurst of Lucky Peach, it’s because of German prisoners of war in Japan after World War one. These were just a snack plate at the hotel.
These were from the cafeteria in the Tokyo zoo.
This is salted cod chin:
This is a croque monsieur (would you believe?) in the department store Halc:
Whale for sale:
And no, I have no personal experience of what goes on at this place (I gather it’s a space themed joint), but who isn’t intrigued by the idea of a bit of neo fooding?