- 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.
Kichijoji might not be well-known by those by travelling through Tokyo, but it is a favourite for Japanese!! It is was voted last year the most popular neighbourhood to live in in Tokyo. Why you may ask? Because you can get downtown (Shinjuku/Shibuya) with an express train in less than 20 minutes, but it is recluded enough to be calm. There is a huge and beautiful park, all the types of cuisines you can think of, plenty of small and cute cafes, good places to go shopping no matter your taste. In other words, you need to see it for yourself! You can easily spend the day there blissfully hopping from one store to another.
If you would like to highlight you anniversary with that special someone, there are so many restaurants to choose from in Tokyo, and the choices can seem overwhelming. No matter what type of cuisine you are looking for, we got you covered: Japanese (和食), French, Italian, or even molecular dining. Beautiful view + delicious food + live music, we provide you the ingredients to create the perfect anniversary, up to you to make it unforgettable.
Omotesando is a platform for trendy and delicious restaurants. There's everything you can ever crave for, from salads, to pizzas, to desserts, to chocolate pizzas.. After a busy day of shopping and discovering the hidden streets of Harajuku, why not refuel on delicious savoury dishes and sweets!
Kinka, the Canadian restaurant specialising in Japanese cuisine opened a branch last September in Shibuya, Tokyo. Kinka is a modern dining restaurant specialising in sushi and seafood. You used to be able to have it only in Canada (Toronto and Montreal), but now you can also have it in Shibuya!! But what is meat sushi?? Instead of using fish, this restaurant uses thinly sliced pieces of seared beef sashimi.
Chai is a deliciously flavourful drink that is good all year round. It is comforting in the winter and, yet refreshing in the summer if you have it cold. Here are the best places to have chai tea in Tokyo. These places are all local tea and coffee shops with a great ambience where you can bring a book and relax by yourself, or go with friends and sit around and chat.
The American Village in Okinawa is a very popular
Matcha latte addicts, here are the top places to get your fix. Matcha lattes have the right balance of sweet and bitter and are so delicious. Unlike coffee, matcha wakes you up smoothly and is actually very good for your health. It is packed with antioxidants, it boosts the metabolism, it detoxifies, and contains L-Theanine, a natural mood enhancer that also calms the mind. So drink up my friends, apart from the sugar, you're doing your body a favour!
Kyoto is a beautiful city with so much to see, explore and eat!! Sometimes you miss bread once in a while or maybe fish for breakfast isn't your thing. Then you should definitely try one of these (or all of these) delicious bakeries when off exploring this beautiful city, Kyoto!
Natto is either loved or hated, but it leaves no one indifferent! Natto is mostly eaten at home, but can be found at restaurants and there are many different ways to eat it.
While you are visiting Kyoto, you should try having a very traditional and unique experience by having Buddhist monk cuisine in or by a temple. This will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience in Kyoto.