Eat your way through Tokyo Street

Okonomi by Tokyo Don serves okonomiyaki, a Japanese pancake that combines vegetables, carbs and protein.

AWARD-winning themed precinct, Tokyo Street celebrates its 11th anniversary this year.

From mouth-watering Japanese cuisine at speciality restaurants to kawaii fashion, jewellery and accessories stores, there is plenty to enjoy at this shopping zone located at Level 6 of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.

If you are in the mood for something fresh and appetising, there’s sashimi at Sushi Zanmai.

Okonomiyaki is a Japanese pancake that combines vegetables, carbs and protein all in one.

Perfect for a snack or a full meal, these crisp pancakes topped with a special sauce can be found at Okonomi by Tokyo Don.

Matcha Hero Kyoto offers an authentic selection of green tea-based beverages and ice creams.

You can cool down with a scoop of creamy matcha ice cream or go traditional with a cup of organic matcha.

If it is titbits and pre-packed snacks you want, head over to Shojikiya — a one-stop store with over 1,000 imported Japanese food products.

Tokyo Street is also home to Japanese restaurants serving steaming hot udon and sukiyaki, warm Japanese curries as well as sizzling teppanyaki.

During Tokyo Street’s anniversary celebration that ends on Aug 26, shoppers who spend over RM200 through a combination of two receipts at Tokyo Street or one receipt mall-wide are entitled to a lucky draw.

Participants stand a chance to win more than RM160,000 worth of prizes, inclusive of the grand prize of an Isuzu vehicle.

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