Having some "Indo Ryori" or "Indian food" for a lunch meeting.
One thing I do like about Tokyo is the variety of international food available. In my area there is an English pub which does decent fish n chips (no savaloy though) and Italian, Spanish, Thai, Philippine, Korean, French and Chinese places to dine at.
Ginza has much more variety though - there are a few good Malaysian places there which I enjoy.
When I visit Shanghai however, I hardly see any international cuisine - a few Japanese and Korean places but thats it.
What is your region like? Do you have plenty of international nourishment establishments to dine at?
The first drink I buy when I land in Seoul is Achim Haetsal - I think its a sort of rice drink. Tastes gorgeous. Luckily they sell it in Korean stores in Tokyo too.
Shin Ookubo has a large Korean population so if you are looking for good Korean food and groceries then thats the place to go - get off at Shin Ookubo station on the JR Yamanote line.