Is This Your First Time To Tokyo?

Or you are a Japanese-food-lover who come out here regularly?

As mentioned in the article below, "One thing that's tough with finding restaurants in Tokyo is that most places only have signs written in Japanese."

In fact, in most places where locals go, they don't even have English menus. If you can't read Japanese, you wouldn't be able to get the most out of your dinning experience. Well, that is when a OodyMate comes in handy. He or she will help you and your friends with ordering food. To make it a better experience, you just need someone who can communicate. On top of that, you make a new friend who is local. Maybe he or she can show you around Tokyo some other day.


Join us and we will find you a local!


https://migrationology.com/tokyo-travel-guide-for-food-lovers/


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