It is hard to miss this kind of shop when you walk around the street in Tokyo. The city is famous for its elegant tea rooms where you enjoy the wonderful tea culture of Europe.
If you're looking to spend a nice evening in central Tokyo sipping on fruit cocktails and tasting some original modern dishes, then Yotsu Bar is the place to go. Conveniently located in Shibuya, at a walking distance from the Harajuku-Omotesando area.
Mercer Brunch in Roppongi serves amazing brunch and delicious meat-centered Italian cuisine in an open-air setting. You can easily go here on a date or for a business meeting, or even a night out with friends. The NY-style atmosphere will make you feel relaxed and you're bound to have an amazing time.
Here's how Red Lobster is different in Japan and what to try!
If you're in Umeda, Osaka and you want to discover the local culture, you should definitely try an izakaya (Japanese pub) for some tasty dishes! Rock Izakaya Star is all that and more, you can enjoy some awesome food and drinks in a venue that would make any rock lover's heart sing!
6th by Oriental Hotel is a cafe that doubles as a bar at night located in Yurakucho, Tokyo. It serves, according to many people, some of the best fluffy pancakes in town! A must-try for sweets lovers.
Since March of 2017, you can have the now world-famous Umami Burgers in Aoyama, Tokyo. It's been already a year since the burger shop has made its Japanese entry, and to mark the occasion, the restaurant has added three Japan-exclusive burgers to its menu.
Hands Expo Cafe is located on the 7th floor of Plaza Ginza. They have a secret menu from which you can order a colourful set of four sweet dango rice balls.
SHIRONONIWA is a bistro in Ebisu which also happens to have a tapioca bar. If you have the course menu, you can also enjoy the tapioca bar as it is included. If you have a single dish, you can have the tapioca bar for ￥300. We went to see what this tapioca bar thing is all about!
The super fluffy pancakes at Tsubaki Salon are made of quality ingredients from Hokkaido. If you are looking for an awesome dessert in Ginza, give this cafe a try. They have savoury options as well.
For people looking for a good place for a first date, you should mark this one down. Without a doubt, Gyu Nabe Iron (hot pot cuisine) will impress your date!
This curry shop was popularized on "Matsuko no shiranai sekai." Kenick Curry is said to be the first of it's kind. The keema curry is made without any water. You should also try their hidden menu!
The restaurant specializing in pancakes is near the Kyodo Station of the Odakyu Line. They only serve eight dishes a day of their special egg pancakes!
Located at the halfway point between Shibuya and Daikanya, Tokyo Kenkyo serves a super thick katsu (pork cutlets) sandwich with melting mozzarella cheese.
You can have a hearty pork curry in Ebisu until 6 AM for just ¥900 at Tamakichi. Located at just a 3-minute walk from the Ebisu Station, it's well-worth the go!
Harajuku is said to be Tokyo's battleground in terms of curry! Here, at YOGORO, they only have 5 servings a day of their incredibly popular green pork curry.
Yoshida Pan is a popular sandwich shop in Tokyo that sells cheap Japanese style sandwiches that you can grab on the go!
Tokyo Station is one of the major hubs in Tokyo, both for people working and people travelling through. Here are some restaurants worth going to for a last minute sushi craving!
The opening to the public of the Toyosu Fish Market was on October 13th. Here is what happened to Tsukiji and what to expect from Toyosu.
Traditional Japanese cuisine has become so popular outside of Japan, it is almost commonplace. However, when it comes to modern Japanese cuisine, what is it exactly?