Yakiniku, or Japanese BBQ is one of the most popular foods in Japan so you just have to try it while you are in Japan! Here is the ultimate list of the best yakiniku restaurants in Tokyo. It includes restaurants in popular areas such as Shibuya and Ginza, and also restaurants of various price ranges from high-end to cheap. Surely you'll find one that fits your need.
This article will introduce the Japanese yuzu lemon and the many ways that it is used in Japan.
Kyubey is one of the most well-known sushi restaurants in Tokyo. While you're visiting the city, you want to try the best sushi you can, right? This is definitely a great option, and a meal here shouldn't disappoint. Read on to find out more about the restaurant and reservations.
Here are all the types of Japanese food which are cooked in front of you; some are cooked for you, some you cook for yourself at your table. Be sure to try them all, they are all delicious and uniquely Japanese!
The mikan fruit is an important part of the food culture of Japan. Frozen or grilled, it's consumed in a variety of simple ways. This article presents the ways Japanese eat their most popular citrus.
Both inside of Japan and around the world, one of the most popular types of ramen is called 'Hakata Ramen.' This article will talk about the origins of Hakata ramen and introduce the original Hakata ramen restaurant (it's still open)!
You definitely should try this amazing Japanese dish at home! Omurice, basically fried rice wrapped in an omelet, is one of Japan's favorite and is served at many restaurants. You can easily make it with simple ingredients at home.
Do you know what Teishoku is? It may be a term that you want to be familiar with before making a visit to Japan. This article will help you learn about the Japanese Teishoku culture and find out where you can eat them.
Onigiri is an awesome dish that can be eaten right about any time of the day. It can be breakfast, a snack, or a meal on the go. You can stuff it with your favourite ingredients and it can be prepared at home or bought in specialized restos or convenience stores.
Shochu is a kind of Japanese traditional spirit. Its Alcohol content varies usually from 25 to 30% and it has taste and smell that are quite characteristic and different from sake. Shochu can be enjoyed simply straight, on the rock, but it makes a nice cocktail base as well, by adding fruit juices and other beverages. This post will list only the most popular shochu-based drinks you can make on your own in a whim!
You think that your McDonald's Big Mac or fries are the same whether you are in Japan or the USA? Actually, they aren't! Find out they differ in terms of calories and macronutrients.
Sanma is the Japanese name for the Pacific Saury, a fish that is usually caught in autumn on the northeast coast of Japan. They are packed with nutrition, rich in flavor, and wonderful to eat in a variety of preparations.
Think Taco Bell is same around the world? Think again! Taco Bell in Tokyo, Japan has a few little easter eggs just waiting to be discovered! Check out what kinds of things you can order at Taco Bell Japan!
Royce is the brand of high-quality chocolate that is the most renowned in Japan. Find out what makes it the best chocolate in Japan and what flavours to try! Be sure to bring some back for your family and friends back home too!
Osaka is the birthplace of takoyaki, otherwise known as octopus balls. There are hundreds of takoyaki restaurants that you can try. Just to make your options a little easier, here's the list of the very best takoyaki joints in Osaka!
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/
Eorzea Cafe is a themed Final Fantasy cafe based on the universe of FFXIV. The interior will blow you away, and the themed foods will thrill any fan of the famous Square Enix game. There are only two in Japan: one in Tokyo and another in Osaka. Here's a look inside the branch in Akihabara, Tokyo!
Umeshu translates to plum wine. It is a very enjoyable drink which you can easily make on your own! Umeshu also has many health benefits, which gives you another reason to try it!