- 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.
When you're travelling abroad, it's hard to keep kosher, and for that reason, vegetarian restaurants are a safe-bet. But worry not, we made a list of kosher restaurants establishments you can visit while in Tokyo! Although not certified Kosher, at the end of the list are three delicious Israeli restaurants which might be OK, depending on your level of Kashrout.
As the old adage goes, "when in Rome do as the Romans do." Well, when in Tokyo, you take pictures of your food...loads of them! This incredibly cute restaurant lets you take instalicious pictures to make your friends drool. Let's upload all pictures!
KitKat's seasonal flavors are always a huge hit! They made many different kinds of delicious flavors; from the classic matcha bar to the surprising sake flavored bar. On the souvenir list, you probably have to bring back many unique flavors for all your friends. Why not try the KitKat Chocolatory? You can bring back lots or keep them all for yourself. We won't judge, we promise!
Brace yourselves!! A Hakata Gekijou restaurant is opening very soon in Akabane, Tokyo!!! It is an Izakaya inspired by the stalls in Hakata, Kyushu. And It is a hospitable dining experience.
For such a big metropolitan city, Tokyo is surprisingly not so organic-friendly. In fact, organic supermarkets and restaurants are scarce so options are limited. But worry not, here is a list of the best organic restaurants around Tokyo. Vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, you'll find what you're looking for!
Matcha everywhere! If that's your motto lately, then you should give Matcha beer a try. A refreshing cold beer with a hint of matcha to enhance the taste and color. Also, it's full of antioxidants! Let's Try Matcha Beer in Tokyo!
Sometimes you just want some sweets, in fact all the sweets!! For those of you with a sweet tooth, this is sure to fill you sugar craving. Be sure to try these all-you-can-eat restaurants in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Because sometimes a sweets buffet is really all you need!
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!
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.