- Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.
Ikebukuro has plenty of good spots to enjoy your evening and party until the wee hours of the night! You will definitely find this area guide useful if you are looking to have fun in Ikebukuro after 8 PM.
Green tea and matcha are quite emblematic of Japan. You can enjoy delicious green tea everywhere, and nowadays desserts using the exquisite matcha powder have grown in popularity. Here are some great places in Osaka where you can enjoy refined Japanese green tea desserts!
Essential information about Osaka's most popular Sumo event. Includes dates, how to buy tickets, and arena location.
If you are wondering where to eat halal Kobe beef in Japan, this is the post for you. There are excellent restaurants serving it in Kobe, Tokyo, and Osaka!
The Kyoto Higashiyama Hanatouro illumination festival held in March in is one of the most magical events the capital has to offer in the spring. Here is a guide on things to do to fully enjoy the festival.
Akasaka is one of the major business districts in Japan, located next to the popular Roppongi area. If you are in Akasaka, here are the best places to visit to make the most of the area.
Shinjuku is a gourmet spot which offers a lot of variety and good quality restaurants for breakfast. Here is our selection that includes the best spots in Shinjuku to have breakfast or brunch.
This is an area guide of Shinagawa, one of Tokyo's busiest district. These 7 things to do are among the most popular with Japanese and tourists alike.
Hakata udon restaurant in Kichijoji serving tempura, meat, and udon bowls with a super rich broth and soft noodles.
The idea of a penis festival may sound ludicrous, but actually, it's a Shinto religious tradition many Japanese folks take seriously. So there's a solemn aspect to it, but you can also have fun there! Here's how to enjoy it.