A Japanese restaurant hidden within a prime area of Tokyo

Tofuya UkaiWith 550 seats, you’d think there’d be no problem getting  a table at Tokyo’s Tofuya Ukai restaurant. But you’d be wrong – this place books up weeks in advance.   On arrival, the first thing that will strike you is a replica of the Eiffel Tower and a lavish Japanese garden.   Inside you’ll be treated to delicacies such as  jellied duck slices and other specialties.   Expect lunch for two to set you back over $100, but enjoy the  experience to the full!

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