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There’s nary a tourist in sight at this highly authentic, basement-level Japanese drinking hole—although you’ll find enough Japanese natives there to make you wonder whether you’re actually in Tokyo. It offers a welcome respite from Times Square’s countless chains, and when it comes to your pocketbook, you can eat and drink without breaking the bank. Dishes range from a daikon and fried sardines salad to pork belly and kimchi sauté.