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As the host of Viceland's "The Pizza Show," Frank Pinello eats, breaths, and sleeps slices. But what you might not know about Frank is that he's also one of NYC's biggest Japanese food obsessives. On a rare day off from pizza and chicken wings, Sean Evans decides to take his friend on a tour of Manhattan's Little Tokyo—a stretch of the East Village that's home to some of the city's most sought-after Japanese cuisine. With the help of TIC restaurant group's Sakura Yagi, Sean and Frank slurp soba, binge on Japanese street food, and slice open some omurice.

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