The Japanese word 'harumaki' （春巻き）translates to 'spring roll' in English, and refers to those deep-fried, crispy rolls filled with various vegetables and meat. But are spring rolls Japanese? And how are they different from egg rolls? Read on to find out more. Scroll to the end for a recipe/
Japan has quite a few family-style chain restaurants that are popular for their cheap prices and parking lots, meaning they are easy to bring the whole family to. Bamiyan is one such restaurant, serving classic Japanese-Chinese food at locations around the country.
For some amazingly beautiful and tasty Chinese cuisine in central Tokyo, a good choice is definitely Ryutenmon in Ebisu.
In Tokyo, variety is almost endless in terms of price-range and cuisines. If you'd like to try something a little different and invite your date or celebrate a birthday/anniversary at a high-end restaurant, you should try these restaurants. Whether you are looking for Peking, Cantonese or Shanghai cuisine, or even Dimsum, we got you covered! These luxurious restaurants offer a beautiful setting, great service and delicious food...everything you need to create a perfect ambience.
These restaurants are pretty cheap, yet so incredibly delicious! Osaka is known for amazing foods, and these surely contribute to that reputation even though they're not serving the typical Osakan foods we're used to hearing about.