Yaki imo is a type of Japanese street food that uses wood fire to bake sweet potatoes. Think that sounds good? Check out this San Jose Japanese restaurant infographic to learn about other types of Japanese street food sold around the country.
Man cannot live on eel alone. Sushi may be the country’s most famous export, but Japan’s culinary ecosystem span stellar street food, artful tasting menus, rib-sticking bar snacks and noodle soups that inspire Beatles- (or Bieber-) level devotion.