Before Yoshinoya became Yoshinoya, it was just a small street stand in Tsukiji. It’s since blown up to the international chain that it is, but Kitsuneya is here to take its place! Despite the 100 degree weather and only outdoor standing room, the man stirring the huge pot of gyudon sauce looked too appetizing. If you’re not familiar with gyudon, it’s one of the most common dishes you can find in Japan – a bowl of rice topped with soy-sauce marinated beef and caramelized onions and drizzled in the most deliciously hearty, thin beef broth. Yum to the max. I also noticed many people eating beef tofu with a side of white rice. You can’t go wrong with either!