NAMJA TOWN is an amazing indoor theme park in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. Ikebukuro is a touristic city full of attractions, and this theme park is one of the spots you must visit. They offer tasty food and exciting attractions to try! It is suitable for family, couples, or friends!
Mutekiya is one of the ramen shops you MUST try if you are a ramen lover. It is very famous and it even got the award on the biggest travel website "TripAdvisor". Here are their must-try ramen menu items you won't be able to forget once you try!
Kizushi is a long-established sushi restaurant in Ningyocho district, Tokyo. They are well known for the traditional sushi made of fresh and natural (not farmed) seafood. You should stop by Kizushi on your trip to Tokyo!
Craving for Japanese food in the traditional city Kyoto? There are actually many kinds of Japanese food and restaurants, so why don’t you go to buffet? You can try variety of Japanese food such as sushi, noodles, tempura, tofu, and so on as much as you can!
Matsumoto (松本) is in Nagano Prefecture.It sits at the foot of the Japanese Alps, in the heart of Japan. It is a beautiful city with most famous for Matsumoto castle and the city is also convenient to have trips to Kamikochi and Norikura where you can enjoy hiking seeing amazing views. Come visit Matsumoto and try some great food in these popular restaurants!
Gonpachi is a must-visit restaurant in Nishiazabu in the Roppongi area, Tokyo. It is also called "Kill Bill restaurant" as they inspired the restaurant in Trantino's film "Kill Bill" where a famous fight scene took place. You can enjoy the great atmosphere and Japanese food there.
If you have the chance to visit Osaka, there is an unavoidable cheesecake you can only buy there. The name of the shop is "Rikuro Ojisan" or "Uncle Rikuro" and there are several locations in Osaka. Not only locals but visitors are going crazy for this fluffy cheesecake! Once you try it, you'll understand why..
When you are in the beautiful island Okinawa, tempura is one of the dishes you should try. Tempura is a traditional Japanese dish where ingredients are coated with special batter and then deep fried. It is popular all over the country, but Okinawa's tempura is often slightly different from the normal tempura as Okinawa is located in the southernmost island.