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Mi Choripan

2-4-8 Uehara Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
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Right on Inokashira Dori, between Yogogi-Uehara and Yoyogi-Hachiman stations is Mi Choripan. Easy to spot, you can ignore the confused interior and just enjoy the food, which is perfect on a hot summer afternoon.

The owner, who spent some time in Argentina before returning to Japan to open this restaurant, grills up your chorizo sausage on order, to be served to you on a toasted baguette and your choice of sauce (the majority of them being some form of chimichurri) and accompanied with house made pickles. Perfect to enjoy with a light beer, a meal and a drink will run you in the area of 1500 yen.


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