Shinjuku is known as one of the fiercest battlegrounds for ramen shops with around 200 shops there. They are rich in variety, from basic ones to novelty ones. Ramen, which is originally from China, is now a Japanese national fast food. These are the ramen shops you should visit.
McDonald's Japan's cheeseburgers just got bigger! Double and TRIPLE versions of the cheeseburger classic are now out for a limited time! A spicy version of the double cheeseburger was also released!
Kyoto is a foodie's dream come true! There is so much succulent food to try and so little time. Unfortunately, a lot of the restaurants have menus only in Japanese and are quite pricey so getting the bill at the end of a meal can come as quite a bad surprise! However, at Aburiya you can eat as much as your heart desires at a set price!
Crème Brûlée is such a delicious treat and is always an exciting dessert to order at the restaurant. But have you ever tried making it at home? It's surprisingly easy! Let's try making it!
Here's an article that introduces some of the best Korean restaurants in Tokyo K-Town, Shin-Okubo!
It's like a law of nature: when we need panko, it's nowhere to be found in our kitchen's cupboards. So here's a life hack used by the Japanese to quickly make some panko from regular white bread.
Hokkaido is the place to visit in terms of deliciously fresh seafood. While in Sapporo, why not try an all-you-can-eat crab buffet and have your money's worth in terms of fresh seafood!!
Everyone loves chocolate, right? So we made a list of places where you can buy chocolates in Japan! Why not get some as a souvenir for your family and friends?
Sashimi is one of the traditional Japanese dishes that is as popular as sushi. Do you know the origin of sashimi? How many types 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!
For a limited time, McDonald's Japan is offering a crispy hazelnut and chocolate pie on its value menu.
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!
The weather is getting warmer and summer is right around the corner. That means it is the season for ice cream! This article will introduce some of the best ice cream stands and shops in Tokyo!
Omurice is a popular Japanese dish that people generally eat at home. At the same time, it is a popular dish mainly served in western style restaurants in Japan. There are many unique restaurants that serves omurice in Kyoto. Here's the list of places you should definitely visit while you're there!
There are so many cool cafes in Kyoto that you don't want to miss out on!
When you're in Osaka you tend to go to more of touristy places such as Namba and Umeda, and you might find many different cafes, but not as unique as the ones below! There are lots and lots of brilliant cafes to visit in Osaka that not many people know. For more information, check the following places!
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!
7-Eleven convenience stores are ubiquitous in Japan. Especially in big cities such as Tokyo and Osaka, a 7-Eleven "konbini" (Japanese name for convenience store) is always within a short walking distance of wherever you are. They can be quite fun to explore, as they offer a good variety of cheap snacks that can only be found in Japan. Here is more on 7-Eleven convenience stores.
Okonomiyaki Sometaro is the place for you to go to have some of the best okonomiyaki (Japanese savory pancake) served in an authentic setting. This is not just about dining, it's a unique cultural experience!
Japanese festivals have so many different games and booths that you can eat, play and most importantly, have fun! Just to make your visit to Japanese festival a little more special, check out the following games and booths!
You've probably never ever thought of going to a bar that serves up food from a can, but in Japan this idea is not totally out of the ordinary. Mr. Kanso is a quirky canned food bar with character to match. With now over 50 locations across Japan, it's not only super popular but probably now worthy of one thing for the bucket list!