Japanese food is known as healthy. However, if you are a big meat lover, you might have felt Japanese food is not quite satisfying. If so, just try Shabu Shabu! You can enjoy high-class beef such as Kobe Beef staying healthy. What's the tip for Shabu Shabu? Just have fun!
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.
If you haven't already, you should definitely explore Shin-Okubo, Tokyo's Korean Town. The area boasts some of the city's best affordable restaurants. Here's an article that introduces 5 of the very best Korean restaurants of Shin-Okubo that aren't too hard on your wallet!
Japan's first ramen shop was opened in Tokyo in 1910. While that shop no longer exists, it is still possible to eat the same ramen that was served there if you go to another shop in neighboring Chiba prefecture.
Shochu a quintessential Japanese spirit alcohol. To know more about this great Japanese alcohol, including the many ways to enjoy it, please read this post!
Hokkaido milk tea has become quite popular around the world in recent years. This article presents how milk tea is made in Japan, and also introduces some well-knowns tea shops in Tokyo that serve the famous drink!
"Welcome home Master!" she says as you walk in the door! Japanese maid cafes have been around for a long time. Known for their cutesy girls and maid outfits, they also serve up some pretty decent food and drink options too. If you're after a unique experience when in Tokyo, read on for the top 8 maid cafes in Akihabara.
Shibuya is one of the busiest and most populated areas in Tokyo. It is also known for the place where you can enjoy your nightlife with many bars, pubs and clubs. This article will introduce the most unique bars in Shibuya!
LeTAO is a very popular company producing a cakes and desserts in Otaru, Hokkaido. They are best known for the cheesecake called "Double Fromage" that attracts many people.
listed here are 10 popular Japanese snacks that you may be thinking about purchasing while you are in Japan. Disclaimer: I myself am not a Muslim, nor am I an expert on halal food. I wrote this article in an attempt to provide some useful information about some of the most popular Japanese snacks.
Omurice is a famous Japanese dish that traditionally consists of ketchup-flavored rice covered with an omelet. There are so many restaurants and cafes throughout Tokyo where you can eat omurice, so we've created a list of some of the best. Enjoy!
Ichiran has just opened in Tokyo its first branch ever serving pork-free and alcohol-free ramen. Give it a try! The new restaurant is located in Shinjuku.
Japanese curry, unlike Indian or Thai curry, is very mild and has some starch in it to make it less runny. Japanese people enjoy eating it since childhood, and you hardly hear someone saying that they dislike curry. There are many places that you can try different kinds of Japanese curry in Tokyo, so enjoy the great variation of curry that Tokyo has to offer!
It's always fun to go for bar hopping in new towns, cities, countries because you can discover so many things at night that you cannot see during the day! Check the following bars for amazing bar experience in Osaka!
This post will answer most of the general questions related to Japanese sake, such as "What is Japanese sake?" & "How is it different from other alcohols?" Check out this article to clarify a few things about Japanese Sake!
Unagi, or soft water eel, is a Japanese delicacy that you must try when you're in Japan. Tenderized and grilled with a soy-based sauce, it is truly delectable. Here are seven restaurants in Tokyo that serve some of the most outstanding unagi dishes. Enjoy!
Tokyo Station is a huge bullet train hub. Chances are that if you're traveling from Tokyo to somewhere else in Japan, your journey will start at that station. While on the train, it's customary in Japan to eat a bento box lunch bought at the station. These are commonly called ekiben. Enjoying your ekiben in the train is a fun part of the traveling experience in Japan so make sure to grab yours before getting on the train. Here are some good places to buy some them at the Tokyo Station.
What is dango, anyway? How is it different than mochi? Do you eat it hot, or cold? What does it taste like? What kinds are there? Where can I get some? How do I make dango? All of these questions will be answered!
This selection is of the very best, high-end Japanese wagyu steakhouses in Tokyo. They have the legendary wagyu Kobe beef on their menu and many more exquisite brands.
If you're a cat lover, you should definitely visit a cat cafe in Tokyo. You can enjoy delicious drinks while playing with heart-meltingly adorable cats. Here are 5 popular cafes you should try in Tokyo!