Yokohama in Kanagawa Prefecture, is one of the biggest cities in Japan. They have many shopping malls, amusement parks, museums, parks, China town, etc... so you can enjoy all day there. Also it takes less than an hour to get there from Tokyo by train. Why not visit Yokohama? Here is a list of the top popular sushi restaurants including kaiten sushi for those of you all who love sushi.
Asakusa is an unavoidable tourist destination in Tokyo. It is famous for the Sensō-ji shrine and its small stalls surrounding it. Asakusa still has a traditional feel to it and is definitely worth seeing!
Nara is one of the cities you need to visit. It is the very first capital city of Japan and remains full of historic sites and treasures including the Japan's oldest temple. Nara is also located less than one hour from Kyoto and Osaka by trains or a car. When you come to Nara, you need to try their incredible sushi restaurants as well while enjoying traditions of Japan.
Conveyor belt sushi (kaiten sushi) is part of the Japanese food culture that Japanese people are proud of, and one of the most famous conveyor belt sushi chains in Japan is Kura Sushi. Let's see why it is so famous!
Sashimi is one of the traditional Japanese dishes that is as popular as sushi. Do you know the origin of sashimi? How many varieties of sashimi do you know? Do you know the recipe and the traditional way of eating sashimi? After you read this article, you will love sashimi more with more knowledge!
Are you wondering what you should do in Tokyo? What about a sushi making lesson by professional sushi chefs and locals?! Wearing the sushi chef outfit, making your own sushi, eating the sushi and taking many photos with your friends and families will definitely be an extraordinary experience that you can only have in Japan!
There are many sushi restaurants in Tokyo and sometimes it could be overwhelming, and the process of figuring out and making reservation could be time consuming. So here's a quick list of good sushi restaurants in Tokyo that you can easily reserve!