Cracky goodness from @ramenjunkie: smoked whitefish donburi, classic shoyu, classic shio #ramen (at Ivan Ramen)
On Wednesday, December 11th, join anthonybourdain in a conversation with Albert Maysles on food and the art of auteur filmmaking at the New York Society for Ethical Culture. Introduction by Marcus Samuelsson.
Screening clips from Albert’s documentaries and Parts Unknown, including clip from the director’s cut of Tokyo episode!
Proceeds will benefit the Maysles Documentary Center, a not for profit organization dedicated to the exhibition and production of documentary films that inspire dialogue and action.
This is it.
The last episode of our second season of PARTS UNKNOWN.
And I’m glad it’s set in Detroit. Because Detroit, for many Americans, is an abstraction—truly, if incredibly, a part unknown.
One only need look at some of our representatives who, a while back, were actually suggesting…
Mike D @beastieboys in the house to show love for @anthonybourdain @ridingshotgunla’s #LASon! (at Powerhouse Arena)
Here’s a list of all the places we visited in last night’s Parts Unknown: Tokyo episode.
Sushi Bar Yasuda
Minami-Aoyama 426 Building B1
4-2-6, Minami-Aoyama Minato-Ku Tokyo
Mie no Umi
Monzen Nakacho 2-8-9-2F, Koto-ku Tokyo
Where Tony meets up with tentacle manga master Toshio Maeda for Tomato Nabe and Katsuo no Tataki
Tsukiji Fish Market
Tsukiji 5, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Kabukicho 1-7-1-B2F, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
The greatest show ever in Shinjuku.
Kabukicho 1-1-7 Goldengai 5bangai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Where Tony has drinks with film producer Masa Kokubo
Ueno 6-10-14, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Where Tony meets up with rope artist Kinoko Hajime, Tamica, and Naga for Izayaka.
Aobadai 1-17-5 Maison Aobadai 102, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
One of master sushi chef Yasuda’s favorite neighborhood spots where he takes Tony for tempura.
New York Grill in Park Hyatt Tokyo
Nishi Shinjuku 3-7-1-2, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Top floor of the iconic Park Hyatt Hotel where Tony has a drink. Also the bar where Lost in Translation was filmed.
Let us know if you go to any of these spots! Post pics with the #PartsUnknown tag so we can see :)
I love Tokyo. If I had to eat only in one city for the rest of my life, Tokyo would be it. Most chefs I know would agree with me.
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