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Japan's national sport, sumo. If you are now looking forward to watching sumo, "Ichigatsubasho", the new year sumo will the perfect. "Ichigatsubasho" is held from January 14th to 28th. We will also introduce an east guide to enjoy sumo and some sumo gourmets you must have.
Torisoba Kotobuki is a ramen shop in Ikebukuro which is famous for its unique ramen topped with many slices of lemon. If you doubt whether it is good, just give it a try to find out!
Let's face it, sushi trains are pretty standard when in Japan. However, when you come across one serves you quality sushi at a reasonable price it's worth talking about. Introducing, Gatten Sushi. A touch fancier than other places, with sushi to delight, read on to find out more!
SALSITA is a Mexican restaurant owned by a chef who has learned Mexican cuisine in Mexico. You can enjoy the authentic Mexican taste in the heart of Tokyo!
As the weather starts to become colder and sunset becomes earlier, the season of illumination begins, heading towards Christmas and new year celebration. In this article you will get to know the most 5 popular illumination events being held in Tokyo from now on.
Soba is a kind of Japanese traditional buckwheat noodle. You should try the authentic, delicious soba noodles when you come to Tokyo! Here is the list of the most popular soba restaurants in Shinjuku which includes fancy restaurants, as well as casual restaurants so you can choose a place that suits you.
Nouvelle Ethnique ATHA is an Asian restaurant near Ebisu station in Tokyo. You can experience its unique "French-inspired" Asian dishes. Can you imagine what they are like? Here are the popular menu items you might be interested in!
BACCA GRILL&FARMERS is a restaurant in Shinjuku, Tokyo, where you can have the great huge meat dish called "manga niku (meat in English)". Come and try it with your friends!
Ginza 300 Bar Next is a really cool bar located in Ginza with super cheap and delicious drinks! The mojito is said to be one of the best in Tokyo, and it's only 300 yen! Tokyo is known for being quite pricey, but when you find a gem like this one, which serves good drinks at a more than reasonable price, you know you're lucky!
If you've never heard of Tsuta, you owe yourself five minutes to find out now. Having gained the first ever Michelin star to the ramen world, Chef and owner, Yuki Onishi, has taken Japanese soba noodles to the next level, nay "enlightenment." Eat before you read this 'cos it will make you hungry!