Authentic Japanese FOOD TOUR of JAPANTOWN | San Francisco, California

During my recent visit to San Francisco I decided to head to Japantown and do an all out food tour! From Sushi, to Ramen to Mochi’s, here is my Japanese food guide to Japantown!

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I started the Japanese food tour in the Peace plaza where they have a peace pagoda. Here I entered into the Japanese Center mall, which is a mix of Japanese restaurants and shops catering the Japanese community of San Francisco.

I first head to OMA Sushi a small 8 seater restaurant that has a set menu. I went with the 5 pieces and a hand roll for $30. This was some of the best sushi I have ever had in my life!

Next I had a Matcha Float Frappe at Premium Matcha Cafe. Matcha is green tea, you can get it in a float, frappe, as ice cream. It is so bomb! You have to try this!

For the main course I headed to Marufuku Ramen. This place is famous for having some of the best Ramen in San Francisco. Chinese style noodles served in a meat based broth with tons of veggies. You can have it spicy or no spice. The best part of the Ramen was the broth, super delicious!

Lastly I headed to Benkyodo to try some Mochi’s. This bakery is over 100 years old. A Mochi is a rice dessert that is gummy and very delicious! I tried three mochi’s and they all blew me away! It’s like a rice pudding ball.

Next time you visit San Francisco, head out to Japantown and eat some of the best Japanese food outside of Japan! If you liked this video, please give me a thumbs up, leave me a comment below and subscribe to my channel!

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22 thoughts on “Authentic Japanese FOOD TOUR of JAPANTOWN | San Francisco, California

  1. Hi YouTube fam! Thank you for watching this Authentic Japanese Food Tour of Japantown! If you love this video please give me a thumbs up and comment below on your favorite Japanese dishes! If you’re new to my channel please SUBSCRIBE for new travel content every week! Also follow me on Instagram to get live updates:

  2. As usual good video, show casing Japanese food outside Japan. Today you mentioned your two daughters, for whom you are buying two Japanese dolls, I am wondering, when you meet or live with your family as the videos I have seen on your channel, I never seen you with family. I am sure, you must be a responsible parent and would be balancing your professional life as blogger and your family life.

  3. I started watching you when you went to Puerto Rico as I have family that lives there. Was awesome watching you tour the island and eat foods I commonly make. Plus, you’re very cute, so makes for easy watching. 😂

    I love Japanese culture; especially the light meals they make. I’ve had sushi, but not with raw fish. I really want to try it, even my 7 year old daughter has had it and loves it. Also; that’s some expensive ass sushi!

  4. I’ve never seen anyone eating ramen with a spoon(except kids). Most time people slurp it with chopsticks. But it was cute ’cause you were eating it! 😉

  5. That dude that was talking at the sushi counter was Chinese not Japanese. Thanks for showcasing my favorite food, and food that my channel is dedicated to. Big Thumbs up David!

  6. The green mochi looked like it had red beans inside… Though Idk if that’s only a Korean thing but it looked like that lol.

  7. Alot of fish or “sushi” is actually aged and not “fresh”….just sayin to all those people that think it just came out of the ocean.

  8. I have your nephew Mark Hoffman Hostage. please bring food to this address, because we are hungry.

  9. If your budget is allowed, I would greatly suggest to explore places with unique things. For example, the blue poppies of Bhutan.

  10. Hi David’s been here I’ve been wondering how do you add the subscribe logos on your vids and how do you add sound effects because I want my YouTube channel to grow like yours but with my personal perspective and how do you add a video outro with video recommendations

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