Located in a back street in Asakusa is a quaint, stylish restaurant called 'MISOJYU' that specializes in homemade onigiri and hearty Japanese soups. They put a strong focus on the quality of the ingredients used, serving incredibly delicious versions of Japanese home cooking.
The traditional Japanese breakfast often consists of a healthy and beautiful combination of grilled fish, eggs, miso soup, rice, and other small side dishes. Even at high-end restaurants, the price for a set rarely goes over ¥4,000. Here are some places you should try in Tokyo!
Looking for a good cup of coffee in Ginza? You might want to check out 'Coffee Mafia,' a hip coffee stand serving delicious pour-overs, toast, and more inside re:Dine Ginza. It's perfect for breakfast for an afternoon break from Ginza shopping!
Here are the best breakfast places to try in Kyoto! There are tons of delicious places to try, Western and Japanese breakfast alike, and hotel buffets if you would like to take your time.
Visiting Nagoya? The most important thing to do when visiting the city is definitely eating 'Nagoya meshi,' the local cuisine of Nagoya. Nagoya, located in Aichi Prefecture, is famous for its unique and incredibly delicious dishes such as miso katsu and hitsumabushi. Here are the top 12 dishes in Nagoya that you must try, plus recommended restaurants. Enjoy!
Ever wondered what Japanese people have for breakfast? Take a look to see what the Japanese eat for breakfast and it'll give you an insight into why they have such a healthy lifestyle! Also, we'll tell you where to grab the best breakfasts around Tokyo.
Finding a nice place to have a breakfast is not always easy. Just to make your life a little easier, here's a list of places you can have breakfast in Osaka!
Searching for the best breakfast in Nagoya? Visit one of these places and you will have a great morning. The list includes spots where you can enjoy the Nagoya's breakfast specialty "ogura toast", buffet, and noodles, all of them are famous and near (or inside) Nagoya Station!