Shinsengumi is definitely known for several different types of restaurants and all of them being rated very high. Their yakitori is my favorite in the US. It is authentic Japanese yakitori. They are quick with your order. The place is kind of small so it can get crowded but it's worth the wait! Prices can get a bit high, but it is worth it.
In high school, Chinese Culture Club used to order food from here. They gave us a great deal and I absolutely loved getting their Chinese food! Everything is flavored very well and nothing is too oily. The size of the location is good so I never had to wait before.
I'm not the biggest fan of boba but T's Boba is so good! It's adjacent to Peter's place, but you can order boba from T's half. The ingredients taste more fresh than other boba places. Once I got mango boba and they had real mango shavings in it!
The selection at this Bookoff is pretty good for used and new Japanese books, magazines, CDs, and movies. I used to go here a lot to find older, harder to find books and music, which they almost always had.
Book off has a great selection of used and new books, magazines, movies, and CDs. You can find almost anything you want and there are tons of things that you didn't know you wanted but you do once you see them there. The prices are great because even some new things are discounted!
Great japanese food and good sushi. A decent selection for a small store. Since the location is a bit small, there is usually a short wait but the food is good and quick so I find it worth it.
This bakery is fairly new and I was super excited when it opened because I have been to the one in Rowland Heights and I love it there. This one is much closer to home and I decided to visit it once it opened. It's so fun to look at their fancy wedding and party cakes that they have on display. The little cakes they sell are just as amazing looking and even better tasting. I love to go get cake and some tea with friends.
This is right next to my high school so friends would go eat here every now and then. The food is pretty good and the portions are decent as well. Everything is a little bit greasy (which could be a good or bad thing depending on your preferences). It's quick food that is good.
This bakery is conveniently placed in Mitsuwa so whenever I go grocery shopping there I HAVE to buy something at St. Honore. I've been going here since it opened and the selection is so good. Everything is freshly baked there and they always have freshly baked loafs (they can cut it to the thickness you want). :)
Tea Station is a great Taiwanese cafe. It's very spacious with lots of seats and big tables. It's usually fairly quiet and not too crowded so it's a good place to get some tea and food to hang out or while studying. It's open pretty late (midnight and later on weekends).