Japan is pretty well-known for its crazy amount of food challenge restaurants! Everything from giant sushi, to huge piles of beef, all-you-can-eat fried chicken and more. Yaro Ramen in downtown Akihabara, Tokyo is a standout amongst the crowd. The ramen looks good here, and if you don't wanna eat for the rest of the week, maybe this place is for you!
Experience the real way of samurai when you're in Tokyo next at Sengoku Buyuden! Here all history buffs and samurai lovers will be able to geek out over some traditional samurai armour, swords, and more! Get down here to discover great food amongst some historical Japanese culture.
Tanakaya is located a 7-minute walk from the Roppongi Station. It offers a yakiniku experience of fine quality. It serves the rare Amakusa-Kuroushi beef from Kumamoto Prefecture at a reasonable price!
Roppongi is a very busy district with a wide selection of yakiniku (grilled beef) restaurants. If you walk around trying to decide where to go aimlessly, you will find yourself tired. So, this article will introduce 9 yakiniku restaurants that you should visit.
Bikkuri Donkey, famously known for its massive size hamburg meals (and its funny name) is one interesting place to eat! If you need protein and lots of it, you've come to the right place. Japan is full of wacky and interesting restaurants and Bikkuri Donkey is definitely a part of the club!
When you are visiting the beautiful city of Kyoto, a good option for lunch or dinner is yakiniku (Japanese-style BBQ) because the city has numerous excellent restaurants. There are so many that it might be difficult to choose which one to go to. Here are some highly-regarded places you should consider when you'll be faced with the difficult task of choosing your yakiniku restaurant!
For people with halal dieter restrictions or for people who just want to eat good and affordable Japanese yakiniku BBQ, Yakiniku Panga is the place to go! Halal yakiniku restaurants are quite the rarity in Tokyo. Here is what to expect when you go out to eat at Yakiniku Panga.
Arriving in Enoshima it's hard to miss this wooden-clad American-style bar and restaurant situated right along the river in town. Deigo By The River is coined as an "Ocean Cafeteria" loved by surfers and the locals of Shonan. Californian vibes here we come!
Have you already tries a beef rice bowl? Then, you should also try "pork rice bowls"! Pork bowls are served with sweet flavorful soy sauce! Even one bite...you would be obsessed by the unforgettable taste... Cheap and delicious Japanese food? Of course, pork bowls!
Ranked 20th in the S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2011, Ryugin has a lot of accomplishments. It has three Michelin stars amongst other awards. Renowned Japanese chef Seiji Yamamoto wows his guests with a special fusion cuisine in downtown Roppongi, Tokyo. Come for an incredible food journey.