Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Izakaya restaurant in Tokyo

This is one of the tiny restaurants frequently visited by Japanese salarymen that is not even recognized by tourists as being a restaurant; it is so tiny and lacks all obvious clues to the westerner of being a restaurant. The food is usually good and the atmosphere is relaxed and you can chat with the master. It is a pity that restaurants like these are missed so often by travelers as they add so much to the unique experience that travel to Japan can give you (IMO).

Camera: Pentax MZ-3, lens: Sigma 28-300mm - 1:3.5-6.3