Want to experience "The Hangover" when in Tokyo? Heck yeah! Grab your friends, don't make plans, and just book a one-way ticket to Tokyo. The Hangover in Tokyo is sure to be an adventure you won't forget!
Shinjuku has the highest concentration of restos per neighborhood in all of Japan. I think it's safe to say you will get overwhelmed by the choice since there are literally thousands of restos to choose from. If you're looking for a nice place to have a relaxed dinner with friends, check out the list below! Izakaya normally entails affordable tapas and drinks.
Unbelievable! You can have a meal of tsukemen for 0 yen at a new joint called Tsukemen Akatombo in Nishi Shinjuku. We tried it and it was excellent. The offer is only valid until the 21st of October, so hurry up to get yours!
Sometimes when you think you know Japan, something like this comes along. Boob Ramen, or Oppai Ramen as it's known in Japanese, is the creation of the owner of Ramen Bar Snack Izakaya in Tokyo's Meguro ward. Read on if you dare...
Ikinari Steak has branches all over Japan and is wildly popular. What they offer is good quality steak at a very reasonable price. What more can you ask for when you're hungry and craving a huge steak?
Starbucks Japan has announced they will release new beverages called "Almond Milk & Granola Frappuccino" and "Nutty Almond Milk Latte" from October 2nd!!! Don't miss their autumn delicious specialties!
The Lockup restaurant is changing its decor and atmosphere from prison-themed to another level of intensity. Here come the witches serving handmade Halloween cuisine specials for you! Available at all 6 stores in Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo, Omiya, and Tenjin. Have your Halloween treats while they last!
Japanese yokai (specters, monsters, spirits, and ghosts) are monsters of the Japanese folklore. Glorious Chain Cafe by DIESEL has decided to make a crossover between Halloween and Japanese yokai for its Halloween special menu. Check it out!
Halal restaurants in Tokyo are gaining in popularity thanks to a growing number of Muslim residents and travelers. Although kebab restaurants and food trucks are now quite common, it's a lot harder to find Yakiniku restaurants that use halal meat. This article gives you the lowdown on the best halal yakiniku in Tokyo.
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!
Tonkatsu is one of the most popular Japanese dishes you should have when you come to Japan. It is deep-fried pork which is coated with crunchy "panko". Tonkatsu Maruichi is one of the best tonkatsu restaurants in Tokyo, where people often wait in line to try their incredible, yet reasonably priced tonkatsu!
What is Ozaki wagyu beef and where can you eat it? This article will first briefly explain what Ozaki wagyu beef is and introduce a restaurant specializing in serving Ozaki wagyu beef sashimi.
Kawagoe, located in Saitama, is famous for its Little Edo. Kawagoe is less than an hour away from Tokyo. It definitely draws you back to the olden days of Japan. There are many fish dishes such as ramen, unaju (eel) and more in the town. Also, you can feel free to snack around the town without people staring at you.
Wondering what and where to eat for dinner in Ikebukuro? Give it a try "izakaya", or Japanese-style bars, where you can try a variety of Japanese food and drinks which are reasonably priced. Here is a list of the most popular izakayas you should go in Ikebukuro!
Cookie Time Tokyo in Harajuku has released the Halloween milkshakes called "Trick Freakshake"! You should try this sweet, instagrammable treat! They also give you a free cookie if you come with a costume on!
Toot! Toot! Japan isn't short of interestingly-themed restaurants! Just a little wander around the backstreets of popular tourist spots you'll find some pretty eye-opening restaurant signs. Testudo Izakaya (Railroad bar) Little TGV combines a maid cafe with a railway theme. All aboard!
Shiawase means happy in Japanese. So the restaurant's name translate literally into "A Happy Pancake". It has released a Halloween Special pancake dish where you can still be happy during the spooky season leading up to Halloween. Fall ingredients are used for this delicious limited time item!
In Shinjuku, Tokyo, there are too many restaurants that it can get overwhelming. Even with just sushi, there are so many to choose from. This article will introduce sushi restaurants in Shinjuku, from high-end exclusive sushi to affordable sushi restaurants!
Looking for something, weird, crazy, unique to do in Tokyo? Try The Lockup Restaurant in Shinjuku! The Lockup is a jail/horror themed restaurant straight from all your nightmares. Complete with jail cells and original themed cocktails and horror inspired food, Lockup makes an awesome night out in Tokyo. Definitely weird Japan!
Tokyo Station is a huge bullet train hub. Chances are that if you're traveling from Tokyo to somewhere else in Japan, your journey will start at that station. While on the train, it's customary in Japan to eat a bento box lunch bought at the station. These are commonly called ekiben. Enjoying your ekiben in the train is a fun part of the traveling experience in Japan so make sure to grab yours before getting on the train. Here are some good places to buy some them at the Tokyo Station.