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Restaurant and Shopping Recs in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo

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I'm tagging along on Mr. Crosscheck's work trip (arts-related) to the above cities in mid-March. We also have one night on our own the final day at the ryokan Gora Kadan in Hakone. Will probably have just one free day and night in each place, so I'm looking for a well-edited list of restaurants (local cuisine), top places to shop (not malls) and also colorful markets.

Mr. C has visited all of the cities on the list except Shanghai. I've only been to Tokyo. In HK we're going to an event at the 3 Michelin star Lung King Heen, so a divier place is fine for our free night. In Tokyo, we're thinking of going to Jiro's if we can get in, but are open to all ideas. Other suggestions and tips much appreciated.

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