- Coffee addict. Often hangs around with friends and family for great foods, desserts and cafes.
Kawagoe, located in Saitama, is famous for its Little Edo. Kawagoe is less than an hour away from Tokyo. It definitely draws you back to the olden days of Japan. There are many fish dishes such as ramen, unaju (eel) and more in the town. Also, you can feel free to snack around the town without people staring at you.
Malaysia is often known as the heaven of delicacies thanks to its diverse cultural background. Going from city to another, the uniqueness in the way dishes are prepared is surely something you cannot miss. Spicy or sweet to the taste, food in Malaysia is usually served as rice or noodles. It is often said that a visit to Malaysia is never complete until you had tried cendol; a refreshing dessert made with shredded ice, topped with green rice jelly and red bean with sweetened syrup and coconut milk. This alone will surely satisfy your cravings!
Did you know that the toppings and taste of ramen may differ when you travel across prefectures in Japan? Wakayama Prefecture serves thick pork broth Chinese ramen with sushi. You read that right, people of Wakayama love to eat ramen with sushi!
Vending machines are everywhere in Japan. It is hard to keep an eye away from them and to resist the temptation of pressing on buttons to get something. Canned coffees are handy and come in 185ml formats with prices ranging from 90-130 yen.
Shibuya is one of the must-go spots when you visit Tokyo! You just have to see the Hachiko statue, the Shibuya crossing, and Yoyogi park upon your visit. Here is a list of things to do when you visit Shibuya after taking the pictures of the famous Shibuya crossing.
Other than the ordinary fried chicken, the buffet provides assorted kinds of pasta, soups, bread, and sweets. Alert to beer lovers, all-you-can-drink beer plan is available! It is open at Lalaport Expo City, Osaka since 2015. Expect long queues during weekends and public holidays.
Spring in Japan attracts many tourists around the world mainly for hanami (cherry blossoms viewing). Japan also celebrates a few big events during the month of March. March is also an interesting month where the weather is undergoing a change from winter to spring. Here's a list of what you can do throughout March while your stay in Japan.
Thinking of a short getaway in March? Why not grab the last chance to ski while it is still available. Here are some locally known ski resorts in Japan that you might or might not have heard of before.
Have you ever thought of eating a slice of pizza as big as a person's face? In spite of the size, the price of that pizza is decent and you'll feel full after one slice. Most of all, it's New York style pizza! Feeling hungry now?
*Snap* #cafe and posted! - Is a trend to upload a picture of what you are doing to Instagram to share the joy with others. Here is a cafe worth going for your photo album. It is located in the Jujo Ginza shopping arcade.