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Restaurants, Korean Shin-Okubo

Time Out says

A Korean restaurant that offers a particularly popular version of sundae – a traditional Korean-style street delicacy made from pig’s intestines stuffed with various ingredients, including harusame (bean-starch noodles), mochigome (glutinous rice), pig’s blood and over ten different varieties of vegetables, including cabbage and onion. The dish is handmade, slightly spicy and eaten with salt. With a range of other popular Korean dishes also on the menu, including pig’s feet, chijimi pancakes, bulgogi and samgyeopsal, this is a spot that you might want to book in advance. Terrace seating is available during the warm season.

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Address: Sunrise Shinjuku A1F, 1-3-3 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo

Transport: Shin-Okubo Station (Yamanote line)
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Opening hours: 10am-12midnight / closed Mon (Tue if Mon is a holiday)

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