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DREW DREAMS OF SUSHI
The tour then took Barrymore and husband Will Kopelman to sushi hotspot Sukiyabashi Jiro, a restaurant that catapulted to fame as the subject of the documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi. (President Obama paid the restaurant a visit last year, too.) The couple must have planned ahead: The waiting list for a reservation is nearly two months long.
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Barrymore's next stop didn’t include sampling more Japanese delicacies, but rather spending a few moments in a more introspective atmosphere. Here, she drops off a prayer "for her girls."
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The next day of Barrymore's tour started bright and early: At 7 a.m., the star made a quick pitstop at a street ramen stand. Hot soup may not be a go-to breakfast choice in the U.S., but let's all agree: There's never a wrong time to eat ramen.
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LIGHT THE FIRE
Time for robatayaki, better known as Japanese table-side grilling. Judging by Barrymore's reaction in her photo, we think this meal must have been a real winner!
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It wasn't all award-winning restaurants and food stands on this food tour. Up next for the star: a vending machine that served up all sorts of varieties of iced tea that pop up "on every corner." The star wrote: "I love ice tea and Tokyo does it right."
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When in Japan, eat as many "Nooooooooooooooooodles" as humanly possible. And based on the size of her bite, Barrymore thinks so, too.
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SWEET SEND OFF
Several servings of sushi, ramen, iced tea and doughnut later, it's time for Barrymore to say sayonara. "Goodbye Tokyo. Thank you!!! #swollen" the star captioned her last photo, snapped by Kopelman.