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Gourmet Site for Non-Japanese Visitors


“Taberukoto” is a gourmet site for non-Japanese visiting Japan. Visitors to the site can search for restaurants nearby, or by the closest train station, and information is provided about signature dishes, specialties, and how they can be eaten. It also includes an allergy chart, a “gourmet map of local dishes around Japan,” and souvenir shops recommended by locals. English, Chinese, Korean, Thai, and Japanese versions are available.

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