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This is Dining Out: Littleyanmar in Takadanobaba
While everyone in Tokyo knows that Shin Okubo is the home of all things in Korea, it is not so well known that only one stop along the Yamanote Line is a place of Burma's cuisine. The Takadanobaba (also on the Tozai and Seibu Shinjuku lines) has a quite astonishing number of places where Myanmar delights are offered.
Earlier known as Burma, Myanmar is bordered by India, Bangladesh, Laos, China and Thailand. In general, Burma cuisine is not as hot as Thai cuisine and not as arid as India. Many of these places could not be found more easily if you arrive by rail. We' ve chosen to try the offers of these places, beginning with the collection of places along the track, just a minute's walking distance from the Waseda junction.
The Nong Inlay (2-19-7 Takadanobaba) specializes in foods from the Shan state devastated by the Great Depression, whose maps show its closeness to Thailand, Laos and China, the latter having a strong influence on its tastes and styles. As we left, it was a mixture of Myanmar and Japan' business men who took some of the 10-12 places on either side of the square, because it has two rooms.
There' s a large meal (with images next to the words from Japan and Burma) with various Shan-style meats and vegetables. At the other side of the route is Sakae-dori, where there are a few more ethnical places to eat. You will find Swe Myanmar (3-5-7 Takadanobaba) at the end of the road on the right.
There are over 80 images of genuine Myanmar meals on the wall, offered to 21 people. It has the lowest price in the market with nine lunches of 500 Japanese Dollars and the most costly meal is still under 1000 Japanese Dollars! Many of these places, with an approximate 20,000 nearby international Myanmar residents, are destined for the communities, and they have a daily Myanmar quarterly journal and two quarterly Myanmar printouts in Japan.
ShweO (3-2-13-13, 4F Takadanobaba) of the same name is just opposite and between the intricate tapestries of whistles, tapestries, omnipresent condiments and scarce cathedrals are 50 meals on display, all in the shape of posters on the sill. It may be simple, but it's a large, roomy place with a very professional-looking meal file (not always the way in some of these places!) ShweO is famous for its many lettuces, pasta courts, rice and currys, which contain giant pieces of chewing beenef.
Specialties are handmade beans, dried pasta, prawns and seafoodcurries. There is also a large selection of alcohols, which includes 500 quid of beers for washing up. The lunchesets are from 550-900 Japanese denomination and contain one jug of cider. Probably the most demanding and state-of-the-art is Ruby (3-18-11, 1F Takadanobaba), which has some tasty poultry and potatoes from the south of the land where the proprietor and her husbands come from.
Along the highway leading through Takadanobaba there are several places to eat in Myanmar. When you leave the train stations, you first come to Minglaba (2-14-8, 3F Takadanobaba) on the south. The place seems to draw family, offering Burma lunches and dinners.
She is a very kind, smile-haired woman who has suggested some of the typical local cuisine. 1ape-toh is a mixed leafy green leaf extract, with a mixture of fried tealeaves, garden cloves, green apple oil, green pepper, green pepper, green tea leaves, garlic, salad, nuts, sesame seeds, dried fish and other ingredients. Probably the best known of these is a very hearty hotpot with a fermenting sauce of peas and containing chickens, vegetable and pasta.
While you wait for your orders, you might want to try to learn the Myanmar language, which makes scribbling written in hierargana and katakana. Right behind the street is Mali Kha (1-25-9, 3F Takadanobaba) and here there is an elaborate meal of Kachin from the northernmost state of the state, bordering China and India.
The usual land and state maps and Myanmar sea and fresh water fishing placards are available if you want to refresh your understanding of the area. Featuring a doze of seating on one side and a lot of room for more on the other, this eastern cuisine offers homemade meals such as stewed fillet of bananas, tripes and curries of chickens and beans.
Most of these places have menus in japanes and burgese, but no english. All of them are selling the self-titled Myanmar domestic brewery for around 600yen per can. Myanmar is increasingly open to tourists after 50 years of nightmares, but if you want an insight into its taste and smell, you can try Burma eating in Ebisu, Sugamo, Zoushiki, Waseda and Minami Otsuka, but for the wider variety you need to find your way to'Little Myanmar' in Takadanobaba.