- Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.
When you are visiting the beautiful city of Kyoto, a good option for lunch or dinner is yakiniku (Japanese-style BBQ) because the city has numerous excellent restaurants. There are so many that it might be difficult to choose which one to go to. Here are some highly-regarded places you should consider when you'll be faced with the difficult task of choosing your yakiniku restaurant!
Here's a list of exceptionally good and affordable Jingisukan (a lamb type of Japanese BBQ) restaurant in Tokyo. Among the nearly 150 restaurants serving Hokkaido's soul food, these are really worth the go!
Häagen-Dazs releases heaps of Japan-limited flavors that often include some traditional ingredients such as matcha green tea powder or mochi. You should definitely give Häagen-Dazs limited editions a try while you're in Japan.
Nezu Café is the cafe inside the Nezu Museum. You can have affordable light meals and coffee or tea in a stunning ambiance that mixes nature and modern and traditional Japanese architecture. A must-go!
Mozoku is an important part of the food culture of all of Japan and it is something the world should get to know for its amazing health benefits! Of all the seaweeds consumed by the people of Japan, Mozuku is perhaps the most unique: its health benefits, and it can only be found in Japan, specifically, around the Islands of Okinawa Prefecture.
This article presents the best sushi restaurants in Ueno classified by budget size. It includes the best cheap (below ¥3,000), mid-range (around ¥5,000), and high-end (around ¥10,000) restaurants of Ueno.
Want a standard ramen with an outstanding taste? Ichiran is the place for you to go! Ichiran Ramen is a chain restaurant with branches everywhere in Japan. Find out why so many people queue to have their delicious bowl of the Japanese iconic food!
Want a traditional taste of Japan? If so, you must try ohagi, a dessert that's still popular today and that people in Japan often associate with their grandmother's cooking. A true comfort food that goes well with green tea!
Here's a list of the very best sushi in Nakano. Our selection includes three authentic, highly regarded restaurants that will cost you around ¥8,000 per person for a dinner, and also two very affordable options that don't compromise with their quality!
Looking for kaiten sushi (sushi train) or a good quality, affordable sushi bar around the Nakano Station? If so, this is definitely a list you should consult. I've included some local well-kept secrets as well as popular chains where you can get the bang for your buck.