Yes, Bento boxes are certainly amazing. Tokyo is listed as one of the top ten cities worldwide for foodies according to msnbc:
Grab your chopsticks and go to town on the freshest sushi around – accompanied by the finest sake, of course. From beautifully displayed sashimi, sushi, and tempura, to succulent skewers of yakitori
(barbeque-dipped grilled chicken) – best washed down with ji-biru
(Japanese beer) – to hefty bowls of delicious yaki-udon
(stir-fried noodles), and French-influenced meals of caviar and foie gras, Tokyo’s cuisine provides a Zen-like eating
experience indeed. Case in point: The Kaiseki Feast, a traditional 14-course tasting menu of fresh fish, tofu, hand-made noodles, and local produce, is offered at various restaurants. And, thanks to Tokyo’s famous Tsukiji Market (one of the world’s largest fish markets), some 3000 tons of fresh catch is doled out daily which, fortunately, can be sampled at any of the city’s countless restaurants.
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