Japanese whiskeys are among the best in the world. Hopefully, if you've clicked on this link you know that. But how much do you really know Japanese whiskey? Its History, the Brands, and so on. Before grabbing a bottle of Japanese whiskey and start sipping its delicious content, why don't you take a quick look at some of the main questions people have about Japanese whiskey.
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!
If you want some outstanding, rich Japanese curry, Apa Shacho Curry in Iidabashi is the place to go.
Three Twins Ice Cream is the number 1 USDA Organic ice cream abroad and is finally available in Japan too!
Only 20 Dishes Served Per Month, Come Try The Special Katsu Curry At The Michelin Guide Introduced Ponchiken
Since 2015, Ponchiken continues to appear in the Michelin Guide every year! Due to its popularity, a line-up is inevitable during lunch hour. The katsu curry is only served 20 times per month. If you're lucky you'll get to try it!
If you want delicious curry with a different twist, Magic Spice is definitely worth the go. Their curries are both healthy and full of flavors that come from their unique blends of spices.
Have you ever tried Shochu, the Japanese spirit? Whether you've already had it or not, here's everything you need to know about shochu. From "What shochu is..." to "How you can enjoy shochu". After reading this post, you will become a shochu-master!
Donburi is a kind of dish in Japan that consists of rice topped with various ingredients. At Ginza Foie Gras, they make their own original one, topped with the store specialty: foie gras! This special dish is only served during lunchtime on Mondays and is limited to 30 orders.
Shochu is a kind of Japanese traditional spirit drink. 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 very easily!
Kick off the Japanese summer season with one of the most interesting dance festivals in Japan: the Sapporo Yosakoi Soran Festival! Dances are a modern adaptation of the traditional Awa Odori and the moves mimic fishermen hauling their catch. How awesome is that!
This resto makes delicious spicy mutton curry. The meat was cooked for many hours so the lamb is incredibly tender. The chef uses secret spices to make his delicious dishes, come try the restaurant's specialty, mutton curry!
Being the top company of all shochu distillers for more than 30 years, iichiko shochu has been loved by many Japanese shochu lovers. They offer many kinds of iichiko brand shochu from the easy-to-get reasonable bottles to the high-end shochu bottled in flask looking containers! This post will list up all kinds of iichiko shochu and where you can give them a try.
The popular spring beverages are back at Starbucks Japan. From February 15th to March 14th, 2018, get the Sakura Strawberry Pink Mochi Frappuccino, Sakura Strawberry Pink Milk Latte, and Sakura Strawberry Pink Tea.
Shochu (焼酎) is a kind of Japanese alcohol which can be described as Japanese spirit (liquor). Shochu is as popular as sake in Japan and it is also a kind of alcohol which has been loved by all Japanese drunkards! You can't find anywhere else in the world a kind of alcohol like shochu! Let's give it a try!
Earth Day in Tokyo is a joyful celebration held annually in April in Yoyogi Park. Go to learn about environmental causes, have unusual festival food and drinks, listen to live music, and enjoy an overall great vibe!
Kamogawa Odori is a sure sign that spring has arrived in Kyoto. It is one of the major Geisha Odori (traditional dance) event of the old capital. If you are in Kyoto in May, consider attending the Kamogawa Odori to get a rare glimpse of true geisha dance performances.
Ramen lovers will know, there are so many types of ramen to choose from. Normally by the color of the broth, you can tell what kind of soup it is, salt, miso, tonkotsu, soy sauce, etc. But this ramen is completely white, what could it possibly taste like?
Shibuya is one of the must-go spots when you visit Tokyo! You just have to see the Hachiko statue, the Shibuya crossing, and Yoyogi park upon your visit. Here is a list of things to do when you visit Shibuya after taking the pictures of the famous Shibuya crossing.