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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!
If you're looking for a unique souvenir to bring back home from Japan with you Rokkatei Strawberry Chocolates could be just for you! Gaining popularity recently amongst international visitors these delicate sweets are sure to please all your friends and family.
From September 1st, Starbucks is releasing a new line of frappuccinos and teas a limited time. The first one in the line up is the is the Grapy Grape & Tea Jelly Frappuccino®, a cool combination of fruit and tea jelly! Find out more...
Ever thought that you could walk amongst 100,000 sunflowers?! Now you can at Kiyose Sunflower Festival. Easily accessible via express train from Ikebukuro station, the Sunflower Festival offers visitors amazing scenery you can't find in downtown Tokyo! Get along to get that Instagram photo or just explore the wonderful area.
Takeshita street in Harajuku is famous for its kawaii (cute) fashion and many visitors enjoy shopping there. When you come to Takeshita street, don't forget to try their food too. Here are 5 recommended places to have desserts or snacks while taking a break.
Have you ever heard of Imagawayaki? It is a type of Japanese dessert and this article will tell you what it is, what it is made of and where to find it!
Kakigori is the Japanese term for shaved ice but it is one of the hottest desserts in Tokyo. When people say shaved ice, the image is just ice and syrup, but these kakigori are definitely not just that. Take a look at these amazing Kakigori in Tokyo!
“LaLaport Toyosu” is a huge shopping mall in Tokyo, only 10 minutes from Ginza by train and on foot. The mall is a paradise for shoppers containing around 180 shops. They also have a lot of places to eat, so here are the 5 recommended restaurants where you can enjoy food while taking a break from shopping.
Summer in Japan is super hot and I think eating kakigori has been a summer tradition in Japan. This article will introduce the best kakigori shops in the busy and energetic city, Osaka!
Looking for things to do in Tokyo? Come check out arguably Tokyo's most popular street - Takeshita Street, in Harajuku. Takeshita Streets draws in thousands of people per day being solely a pedestrian shopping street lined with fashion boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Head here first to kick off your Harajuku adventure!