- Lili Wanderlust
- I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
This curry shop was popularized on "Matsuko no shiranai sekai." Kenick curry is said to be the first of it's kind. The keema curry is made without any water. You should also try their hidden menu!
Harajuku is said to be Tokyo's battleground in terms of curry! Here, at YOGORO, they only have 5 servings a day of their incredibly popular green pork curry.
Traditional Japanese cuisine has become so popular outside of Japan, it is almost commonplace. However, when it comes to modern Japanese cuisine, what is it exactly?
"Korokke" (コロッケ), also known as croquettes, is a popular home-cooked Japanese meal. Similar to the classic French dish, it is deep-fried breaded mashed potatoes mixed in with minced meat. This dish is often eaten at home or at old-fashioned Japanese "teishoku" restaurants (restaurants which serve sets with rice, miso soup, etc.). It can also be bought at convenience stores as an accompaniment for beer or as a snack.
Afuri Ramen first opened its resto in Ebisu over 10 years ago. What sets them apart is that their ramen is made with chicken, "dashi" (fish broth), "konbu" (seaweed) and yuzu (a Japanese citrus). It's delicious and highly addictive!
Deli Fu Cious is a restaurant run by a Michelin awarded sushi chef. This restaurant specializes in fish burgers which are both photogenic and delicious!
Here are the must-try dishes while enjoying a wonderful stay in Yokohama! Be sure to pack an appetite because there is so much tasty food to try!
While visiting Yokohama's Chinatown, you might get a little overwhelmed by all the restaurants it has to offer. We narrowed down the list to the top 10 restaurants you need to try while visiting the area. Some are for fine dining, while others are casual.
What is "Tonkatsu"? You've probably heard of this dish, which is easily confused with "Tonkotsu". Here's an explanation as to what it is and where to enjoy it in Tokyo!
For all you sesame lovers out there, be sure to check out this very popular Japanese ingredient in the form of a dessert - many different types of desserts to be more precise. Enjoy and have an awesome culinary experience in Tokyo!