Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Welcome To Japan!

The RENT cast has safely made it to Tokyo, Japan! We are so excited to be here. We've been here for 2 days now and already have done so much sightseeing, shopping and eating! Over the next couple of days I'll be putting my pictures and videos together and posting them up on here...but i wanted to let you all know that we're here and have so much to share with you. Have any great suggestions on where we should eat or do while were here in Tokyo?


  1. Hey Andy,
    Thanks for the update!!!! Glad to see that you all made it safe and sound.....can't wait for your new videos...are you putting one up from Boston??? They should be interesting.Have a blast there in Tokyo and am looking forward to the videos

    Ann RENThead7103

  2. Hey Andy!
    Glad to hear that all of you made it over to Tokyo Safe and sound =] I know that there are a bunch of restaurants on this link Maybe you can look around over there! Have fun! I cant wait to see all the picture and videos!!! Have fun!!!

    ~Michelle Elea

  3. Enjoy Tokyo!!!! Hope to hear all about the food, shopping, and everything else in which you all will be doing! Do you know Japanese, or do you all have a tour guide?

  4. Hey Andy,

    It's good to know that you made it safely to Tokyo. I can't wait to see the videos of your food (and shopping) experiences. I really enjoy getting a glimpse of food from different places; and you are very entertaining. Looking forward to seeing your show in Costa Mesa!!

    Alisa Westenskow

  5. Welcome to Japan!!
    I'm so excited you're here...!I can't wait tomorrow's show.
    Asakusa,Tukiji; Traditional Japan
    Roppongi, Akihabara; Modern Japan
    If you have time, try Kamakura
    I reccomend you 'Hato bus tour'(popular for foreign tourists) and 'Yakatabune'(night cruise)

  6. Glad you safely made it to Tokyo! :) Enjoy your stay there, can't wait to hear about the food adventures!

  7. Hello Andy, First visit to your site. I followed you from the foodieblogroll and I love your food adventures!I love RENT!Can't wait to hear more of your time in Japan :)

  8. Andy...some ideas for places to visit in Tokyo for food. Here are some: Robotayaki-serves grilled foods. For REALLY fresh fish and seafood try are in tanks and they filet them and make sashimi right in front of you. Kuru-Kuru zush...i (or Kaitenzushi) for a fun sushi experience (on conveyor belts...quite fun!). Cold noodles are "in season" for the summer and be sure to try ice cream with azuki beans on it. Some good chain restuarants...Ozeki and Murasaki. For more ideas hit up a bookstore like Maurzen and pick up an English magazine called Tokyo Time will have restaurant reviews and things. HAVE FUN!!Read More