- Lili Wanderlust
- I love traveling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
For a date, an afternoon with friends, or just time to unwind by yourself, flower shop cafes are perfect. Imagine a sunny Sunday afternoon sipping delicious coffee in good company surrounded with greenery and gorgeous flowers. That is the type of setting these flower shop cafes can offer! Please give it a try!
There are many types of animal cafes in Tokyo, the most famous ones are "neko cafes" (cat cafes), but there are also ferret cafes, rabbit cafes, etc. Let us introduce here the top 5 bird cafes in Tokyo.
Japanese curry is probably the number one comfort food for Japanese. It is often eaten at home. It is different from Indian curry, as it isn't as spicy; and it also different from Thai curry. It is usually eaten with potatoes, carrots and meat (pork, beef or chicken). But this isn't the only way to eat it.. Here are some of the most popular and delicious ways to eat Japanese curry.
Unagi is a staple dish in Japanese cuisine and there are many different ways to savour it. Listed below, are the different ways to enjoy eel in Japan: hitsumabushi, unakushi, kabayaki and unaju.
Sapporo is pretty much THE place to visit for fresh and delicious seafood. While you're visiting, you should definitely try these 5 restaurants to get a taste of all that Japan has to offer. Here is a list of "kaiten sushi" (conveyor belt sushi) as well as high-end restaurants. Both have their perks and are delightful!
Afternoon tea is always a delightful way to spend time with you friends or loved one. There is always a wide variety of things to try; from sweet to savoury, it is always an exciting experience. Here are some of the afternoon tea places you should try in Tokyo; whether you are looking for something traditional or with a Japanese edge, all of these are exceptional!
Traveling when you have diet restrictions can be quite frustrating. Rest assured, there are a few restaurants where you can enjoy Japan's incredibly popular RAMEN. Either the owner or the staff is Muslim, but the restaurants are all certified halal.
Okonomiyaki is definitely a staple of Japanese cuisine and travelers really love trying it. If you've never had it, Japanese people tend to have a hard time explaining what it is; they call it a "Japanese pizza". But it's more of a mix between a pancake and an omelette, stuffed with all the ingredients you like. Hence the name お好み焼き "Okonomiyaki": cook what you like.
New at Xross Casa, during the all-you-can-eat roast beef festival, is the beef mountain nacho. Also, during the meat festival with a set reservation, you get half off!
So you're traveling through Tokyo, and you want to get the most out of your otaku journey. You definitely should try a manga cafe. Whether you're just looking for a place to unwind after a busy exploration day or even a place to stay overnight if you missed the last train, Manga cafes are a worthy experience. A lot of times, you get unlimited hot and cold drinks. You get to cozy up in your own booth and curl up with your favorite manga, surf the net or even play computer games.