- Posts tagged by Desserts. I hope you can find your favorite restaurants!
Heading to Kamakura for a day trip? We've done all the hard yards and found the best 5 restaurants in Kamakura. From Japanese style to Italian and Brazilian, there's definitely something that will tickle your fancy! Hed to the beach and check out these restaurants for a bite to eat!
Komeda's coffee (コメダ珈琲) is one of the most common and popular cafe in Japan. They offer very relaxing time with great coffee and food. Give it a try while you are in Japan!
Make your childhood dreams come true and enter the world of Beatrix Potter! Come dine and sip tea with Peter Rabbit and Friends in this wonderfully designed Garden Cafe in Tokyo's trendy district of Jiyugaoka - with a little touch of fantasy!
Imagawayaki is a type of Japanese dessert made of a pancake-like coating and an adzuki sweet bean filling. You'll find in this article the explanation of what it is, where to find it in Tokyo and even a recipe for you to try at home!
Looking for places to eat breakfast in Tokyo station before or after you take trains? As one of the largest train stations in Japan, Tokyo Station is the central for many lines as well as the Shinkansen (bullet train). There are quite a lot of restaurants and shops in the station, so you probably don’t know what to eat there. Here is the five best breakfast and brunch places you should try to start your day.
Looking for a quick bite to eat? First Kitchen (or FK) is a fast food chain in known for it's flavoured fries and their Bacon & Egg burger. It originally started as a burger chain but expanded in to other food offers like pasta. It's hard to no be curious about what kind of place offers a somewhat random selection of fast food!
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!
Japanese cheesecakes are fluffy and light, they are a heavenly treat, but unfortunately, there are very hard to find outside of Japan! If you want to impress your guests with your awesome baking skills, give this lovely cake a go!
Wagashi, a traditional Japanese sweet can be said as a representative of all Japanese sweets. The main ingredients of wagashi are mochi and anko in various colors. This post will introduce you the varieties of wagashi andat the last will also post the easiest recipe of anko you can try on your own.
Japanese sweets are always one of the best popular genre of food among people from abroad. This post will be a perfect guide to all kinds of Japanese sweets. Check this post and find your favorite!