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Tokyo and Kyoto - Credit Card or Mainly Cash Only for Meals?

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Hello Everyone!

I will be travelling to Tokyo and Kyoto later this year. Do most restaurants accept credit cards in the cities, and do they post the accepted forms of payment on the outside of the establishment?

Also, I am looking for some inexpensive meal options. I plan to have dinner at nice restaurants most nights, but I am looking for some cheap, but good, food options for breakfast, lunch and some of the dinners.

Thank you in advance for your suggestions!

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