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3-14-1 Shinjuku, Isetan, Tokyo, 160-0022, Japan

Isetan is one of Tokyo's most popular department stores and its basement depchicka, or "food hall" (in the tradition of European stores such as Harrod's), has a mind-boggling array of food, sold deli-style from glass cases. Traditional Japanese food is only one option. There's also Chinese dumplings, Italian pasta, and American-style sandwiches and desserts of infinite variety, some so delicate they're like tiny works of art. There's no dining area in the hall, but food can be eaten picnic-style on the store's rooftop terrace. 

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Isetan is one of Tokyo's most popular department stores and its basement depchicka, or "food hall" (in the tradition of European stores such as Harrod's), has a mind-boggling array of food, sold deli-style from glass cases. Traditional Japanese food is only one option. There's also Chinese dumplings, Italian pasta, and American-style sandwiches and desserts of infinite variety, some so delicate they're like tiny works of art. There's no dining area in the hall, but food can be eaten picnic-style on the store's rooftop terrace.