Little Tokyo Restaurant in Makati City - Philippines
Japanese feel at home whenever in Manila. That is understandable because Philippine tourism is geared towards the satisfaction of not just Japanese visitors but every foreign visitor there is. It is a given fact that the government is doing everything it can to keep the tourism lively in every way possible. It is another thing, however, when the food business industry is dedicating an entire strip to serve a particular group of people that is quite prominent not just in Manila but in the whole country as well.
In efforts to please the Japanese and all those who are in love with the Japanese cuisine, Manila churned out Little Tokyo, the gateway to a world of the finest Japanese restaurants. This very interesting spot is located along Pasong Tamo, Makati.
In a long strait of offices, eating hubs, and other establishments, you will find the Little Tokyo gate majestically put to greet Japanese diners the warmest welcome. Each restaurant found inside offers specialties that would make you feel closer to Japan than you have ever been. Kagura and Heijyoen are just two of the long line of Japanese restaurants inside Little Tokyo. While the former specializes in Yakiniku or grilled chunks of meat cooked as you look on, the latter has been very famous for its Okonomi-yaki, which is basically a Japanese meal in pancake style.
Eating in Little Tokyo could be very heavy on the budget. With the authentic flavors and taste sealed in one great package, however, you could well say that all the money spent is worth it. That is not to mention that while you are in Little Tokyo, you will feel very much like traveling to the very heart of Japan. The ambience is very Japanese!
The restaurants at Little Tokyo are neatly placed one after another. You could easily jump ship from one restaurant to another if the previous one does not define what you are actually looking for. If, after a taste of Japan, you crave for more, you could also choose to get out of the strip and explore the bigger world of eating hubs outside. Needless to say, Little Tokyo is very strategically placed at the busiest district in Manila, the Makati area. That means, you are a few walks away from the biggest and hippest establishments around including malls, hotels, spas, and many others.
Little Tokyo has a pretty long list of restaurants to offer so you would not have to worry about booking your seat. If you are into a particular restaurant, you may get in touch with it through telephone numbers (632) 819-5008 and 819-5009.