Right outside of our hotel was a famed Japa Dog stand! How's that for lucky?
Japa Dog has several locations in Downtown Vancouver.
Kurobuta Terimayo -- (CAN $6.75).
Okonomi -- Kurobuta pork, Okonomiyaki sauce, Japanese mayo, fried cabbage, bonito flakes (CAN $6.25).
Spicy Cheese Terimayo -- jalapeño and cheese smokie, teriyaki sauce, Japanese mayo, seaweed (CAN $6.25).
Nom nom nom.
Japa Dog so much that we grabbed some dogs during both of our Vancouver trips. Why don't we have Japa Dog in Los Angeles?!
I hadn't heard of this! i'll eat anything topped with seaweed. i'm sad no one in LA has thought to do this!ReplyDelete
You should start a Japa Dog truck here!ReplyDelete
Seriously. With all the food trucks in LA, I'm surprised no one has copied this yet.ReplyDelete
Time to see how you can franchise it in LA, and while you are at it - send them to michigan to. Looks delicious!ReplyDelete
I don't think it's normal to want a hotdog at 7 a.m. but oh well those look good!ReplyDelete
Well, according to Psych, which is filmed in Vancouver but supposed to take place in Santa Barbara, there are Japa Dog stands in SB. Massive fail Psych, massive fail.ReplyDelete
When we were there for the Olympics last year, people waited for hours for Japa Dogs. Sadly, we were not one of them. We'll be back eventually and this will be on our list.ReplyDelete
LA does have Dogzilla and there's a stall that pops up when little tokyo has a cultural festival. If you're in Vegas, Fuku Burger Truck has "japa" like dogs and burgers. It's a truck I look forward to whenever I go to Vegas.ReplyDelete
One of the highlights of my Vancouver trip last year!ReplyDelete
We never tried this place. We walked by but we'd just eaten lunch.ReplyDelete
I'm dying to try this place!ReplyDelete
I want a Japa Dog!ReplyDelete
this will definitely get me to vancouver.ReplyDelete
summer road trip!
ooh the one with bonito flakes looks so good!ReplyDelete
apparently the bear went to some surfer hipster thing in downtown long beach a few months ago where they had a food truck that served japanese/hawaiian fusion hot dogs that were pretty similar. i'll have to see if he remembers its name.