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June 8, 2017

Visit Tokyo: Curry Shop Mumin

While in Odaiba, we made a quick visit to the DiverCity Tokyo Plaza Food Court for a snack, since there were not many other eateries nearby that were open at 10am.

There were so many great restaurants (including a Honolulu Coffee Company!) to choose from, and I ended up getting some munchies from Curry Shop Mumin, which was a very popular curry shop that operated for decades, closed five years ago, and reopened later at DiverCity.

I really wanted to try some curry, but I knew we'd be eating lunch later, so I ended up getting some small bites:

Seasoned Fries

Chicken Karaage

I drank a lot of Melon Soda while in Tokyo!
The fries and chicken ended up more like a meal!  Even after sharing with my kids, I was full from the seasoned, slightly spicy fries and yummy fried chicken (I didn't even eat lunch later).

As with many other food courts in Tokyo, there is a water station at the DiverCity Tokyo City food court, as well as several recycle bins, and you must return your dishware and tray to the restaurant you ordered from.

There's even a fun and colorful kid section with small chairs and tables!

Kid seating!
Hopefully next time I can try the curry!


DiverCity Tokyo
Japan, 〒135-0064 Tokyo, 江東区Aomi, 1−1−10
+81 3-6380-7800

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