Insauga.com founder Khaled Iwamura experiences the most famous foods in Tokyo
Every culture has its own unique cuisine, and few dishes are more famous—and beloved—than Japanese dishes.
Khaled “International Man of Matsuri” Iwamura as he is known in Tokyo, was able to experience and taste some local favourites in Tokyo, Japan.
You may know Khaled Iwamura as the founder of insauga.com, inbrampton.com, inhalton.com, and inthehammer.com and the face of one of the most popular digital only news/media outlets in Canada.
He is also North America’s go-to emcee for Japanese festivals and Tokyo Tourism poster boy in Canada!
In this video series, Khaled will take you on a culinary journey through Tokyo, giving you the inside scoop on the best local dishes and providing cultural insight on the proper way to experience Japanese cuisine.
The following videos highlight the food in such neighbourhoods as Ginza and Yurakucho, Ryogoku and Kuramae, Shimokitazawa, and Tama. One video also offers helpful tips and tricks about food etiquette in Tokyo!
Check out the videos below:
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- Top 5s in Tokyo Ep4 - Food Edition with Khaled Iwamura: Tama