- I've been traveling and eating my way around the world! Now I'm in Tokyo to share all my favourite spots! I spend my time traveling, surfing, hiking, camping and eating amazing food! My favourite Japanese food...Agedashi Tofu!
Craving a late night kebab but don't know where to go to get your hands on one? It doesn't matter where you go in the world, you can always count on a kebab joint to help you soak up some the drunken madness! Here's a round-up of the top 5 places to fulfill your kebab cravings in Tokyo!
Wait what? $4500 for a watermelon?! You've got to be kidding - yet I kid you not! Densuke Watermelons are like the luxury car in the watermelon world. Grown only in the island of Hokkaido, Japan their numbers are limited every year! Densuke Watermelons are possibly the world's most expensive watermelons!
Looking for other stuff to do in Tokyo? Take a little side trip to Jindaiji Temple in Tokyo's west. About an hour by train from Shinjuku is this small little town made famous by its temple and lesser known hand-made soba restaurants. Popular with locals on weekends, the soba produced in the area is all hand-made and extremely delicious! Put Jindaiji down on your itinerary now!
Want delicious Tempura that won't break the bank? Head to Tendon Tenya for fast, cheap and easy ordering that's popular with local Tokyoites! With a secret sauce, tempura here is special! Portions are decent too and can easily cost under 1000 yen!
You might have heard about Japanese-style burger chain Mos Burger. Since opening in 1972 the chain has grown a steady following both domestically and internationally with stores popping up almost everywhere. If you've never tried Mos Burger before you're definitely in for a treat on your next trip here... 'cos they are a must try in Tokyo and the rest of Japan!
Nagano station is one of Japan's main connecting stations to other parts of the country. Nagano city has plenty of things to do and see and is a popular destination for people wanting to see the Japanese Alps and experience the natural beauty Japan has to offer. So next time your around Nagano station here is 5 places to check out for lunch or dinner!
Ever wondered what eating at a Japanese elementary school was like? Well, here's your chance! Rokunen Yonkumi is a elementary school themed restaurant in downtown Shibuya that caters for diners looking for a little bit of nostalgia. The whole restaurant is set-up like a school and has a number of themed rooms and courses to match. High school reunion time?
Look out for the big red bowl! You won't find much else better than this! You can easily get a decent size meal for as little as 500 yen at Sukiya! They serve up Japanese-style meals fast food style - perfect for people on the run or struggling to find time to cook at home. Locations all across Japan!
Going on a day trip to Nikko? Pristine lakes, amazing waterfalls, long hiking trails, 1000 year old temples, and much more to see if Nikko. With so much to do in the area save yourself some time and check out these 5 places to grab lunch while you explore the area. Oh and don't forget your camera!
Tucked away on the third floor of a building on the opposite side of Shibuya station in area not frequented by many tourists is a beautiful quaint craft beer and sake bar, Taki. Matching some of the best beer and sake you try in Tokyo with delicate dishes, you're guaranteed to enjoy this hidden gem.