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Kotobukiya Market


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We are visiting Cambridge/Boston this weekend and a friend advised we park at Porter Exchange while visiting Cambridge. Since we'll get there by lunchtime we'll have lunch in the area before visiting Harvard and MIT. Any family-friendly places you can recommend? I see that there are several Japanese food spots in Kotobukiya Market itself, but I tried to find reviews and only found a short reference to Ittyo. The nearer (a few blocks max) to Kotobukiya Market the better. Thanks!

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Whoops, change of plans. We don't have to park at Porter Exchange. So if you have recommendations anywhere near the Museum of Natural History that would be great! Thanks!

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Kotobukiya is in the basement of the old Sears building near the Porter Square T stop. On the same floor, there is a whole arcade of Japanese food stalls. I like the one at the end of the row that makes udon, though there are separate stalls for ramen, sushi, etc.

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Kotobukiya is a Japanese grocery store that sells anything a homesick Japanese person could possibly want, including imported Japanese toilet paper. They have Japanese beef for sukiyaki, dried cuttlefish snacks, Pocari Sweat, you name it.

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