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I had fun with Hideaki. He was very nice, patient, fluent-english and really represent Japanese hospitality. I was late and lost and unable to find him at the appointed meeting place, then he instructed me to stop at a spot and he came to me.
Together we went to Omoide Yokocho, a narrow alley filled with tiny restaurant that can only host 5-6 guest at a time. We ate at one of the store selling Yakitori (a japanese skewer usually consist of chicken's liver, heart, skin and etc). The yakitori was very tasty, although i don't drink beer, i'm sure that yakitori make perfect companion for beer :).
Hideaki told me some interesting stories he had experienced and the night went quite fast! the Yakitori wasn't as cheap as i thought (maybe because we ordered too much), but Hideaki insisted to split the bill.
After eating, Hideaki gave me quick tour of Kabukicho (Red light district) and also explained what each establishment does. very interesting!
if you have a free night, don't hesitate to contact Hideaki and i'm sure he'll be a good and friendly companion :)
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