That is not Italian food. That is Jersey food. You're right. The cuisine of heavily breaded and deep fried foods, dredged in parmesan and marinara sauce, deserves to be given its own classification. Dragon is of the opinion that Tokyo offers the best of everything. I disagree. I gave examples that illustrate a point; I could name many other items that are not popular in Japan and thus less than readily available. I don't craze [sic] lamb, ham or pizza I generally eat Japanese staples, the point is that Tokyo is lacking in the availability of international cuisine and produce compared to other cities. Also I'm not American and neither is my ass, and you can eat the crotch out of Amy Winehouse's panties for all I care you lice infested turd sniffer. I quite like you.