Madosh! Cafe is a small restaurant near Harajuku and Shibuya stations. This restaurant is specialized in avocado dishes and has been very popular with all avocado lovers.
Oshiruko is basically a sweet red bean soup with mochi (rice cake). It is a Japanese comfort food, which is particularly popular in winter. This article presents what it is, the difference between oshiruko and a similar dish called "zenzai", and also an easy recipe so you can enjoy it at home!
"Taiwan Saki Mensen & Taiwan Bar 888" is a Taiwanese restaurant in Nishi Shinjuku, Tokyo. It serves the popular Taiwanese noodles called "mensen" for lunch and other Taiwanese dishes and drinks for dinner.
GROVE CAFE is a cafe located near Ebisu Station in Tokyo. You can have a comfortable time while enjoying delicious healthy dishes and enjoying a great atmosphere.
TOKYO Whisky Library is a bar in Omotesando, Tokyo. As the name suggests, the bar specializes in whiskies, stocked with 1,200 kinds of whiskies collected from all over the world. A must-visit place for whiskey lovers. Come find your favorite ones!
NoMad Grill Lounge is a highly recommended steakhouse in Tokyo, where you can experience the heavenly juicy wagyu (Japanese beef) steaks. The restaurant offers a variety of steaks from "Pittsburgh Style Steak" to an aged wagyu steak.
Coming of age day, or "seijin no hi" in Japanese, is a Japanese holiday in January when people celebrate becoming adults. There are some interesting things to see on that day which will make you feel like you are witnessing an important part of Japanese tradition and culture.
Breakfast club is a restaurant/cafe in Tokyo where you can enjoy delicious, lovely breakfasts such as pancakes, avocado toasts, Japanese style breakfasts, and more for all day! Breakfast always makes people happy!
Cheese Tavern CASCINA is a casual Italian restaurant in Ebisu, Tokyo. It is specialized in cheese dishes made from a wide variety of cheese from all over the world. If you are a cheese lover, you MUST visit and try their heavenly cheese dishes!
Hatsumode is a New Year's tradition of Japan that consists of visiting a shrine or temple at the very beginning of the year to pray. Here is what you should know about hatsumode and also some recommended spots to do hatsumode in Tokyo!