I have the best job in the world. I teach at a university in Tokyo. Tokyo has the best restaurants in the world. Ask Michelin. One of the perks of teaching is students. They recommend really great, really cheap restaurants.
I am going to get some of those students to write about these restaurants instead of just telling me. That way we can all share. And eat well.
It is also a good way to check out how this publishing environment works with pictures, and text, and even some Japanese characters, called kanji. And to see if my students and I can work together on this.
Here is to good eating.
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