- Wanderlust Foodaholic
- I love traveling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of different local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
You think you know Denny's because you've already been in America? I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by the "glocalization" that occured here. A classic American chain, with a Japanese twist. Should you check it out? Definitely!
There are as many types of ramen as there as stars in the sky..I'm only kidding, but there really are an almost infinite amount of different types of ramen to try in Japan. Ramen lovers, I really recommend trying ramen in each prefecture you visit, in order to really taste the regional particularities!!
"Unkai" (雲海), means sea of clouds. This is a dream destination and appears in many travel guides as a must-go to place, as it overwhelmingly beautiful. Can you imagine sitting on a terrace, sipping a cup of tea while floating in an ocean of clouds? It's something right out of a dream!
Akasaka is the central business district of Tokyo. It is the neighboring town to Roppongi. There are many hotels and restaurants in the area. While in Akasaka, you should try these awesome sushi restaurants. From affordable, to themed restaurants, you're bound to find something for you!
Renoir Coffee Shop is the place to try if you would like to try a 喫茶店 "kissaten" (a Japanese style cafe). It has sort of a vintage atmosphere, all the while being upscale. It is a great place to stop by for cafe and sweets, or even for a business meeting.
We narrowed down for you the 5 must-try Japanese three-star Michelin restaurants in Tokyo so you don't have to!
When you think of Hokkaido, you probably think of heavy snow, beautiful sceneries, and deliciously fresh fish! So it can be quite surprising to find out there are such awesome cafes to try as well. These cafes are not only delicious, but the atmosphere makes you feel like you stepped into a wonderful parallel universe.
While in Tokyo, there is an absurd number of crazy restaurants to pick from. Besides the maid cafes and the cat cafes, there are some really weird restaurants out there that you need to try in order to make your Tokyo journey complete. We narrowed down the list for you; here are the must-go to crazy restaurants in Tokyo.
Tosashimizu World just opened a new branch in Ueno in July 2017. If you're looking for a great place to bring your family or friends after a long day of sightseeing around Ueno, this is the place to go and unwind. The ingredients are so fresh, you'll feel transported to Kochi prefecture. The ambiance is fun, the service was great, and the food was delicious, these are all the key ingredients for an unforgettable night..the rest is up to you!
You know summer is here when it's finally time to eat mangoes! It might be surprising to read, but mangoes are grown in Japan too! Specifically in Miyazaki prefecture or Okinawa. A lot of restos are jumping on the mango bandwagon and are offering limited-time products!