Sekine is arguably one of the best high-end restaurants in Japan to have one of the country's most iconic delicacy, unagi (soft water eel). The restaurant was even awarded a Michelin star for its outstanding cuisine.
Green Earth is a vegetarian/vegan cafe restaurant in Osaka that you'll love for its super tasty yet affordable cuisine. They serve cheap lunch sets and some great sweets too.
Kuma Kafe in Osaka is a not-so-well-kept secret for some awesome American foods (mainly pizzas and burgers). Many people go there for the laid back, artsy atmosphere as well.
Looking for a cheap, hearty lunch in Akihabara? Then you should definitely check out Samata! It serves its original katsudon topped with a Japanese style omelette.
The Taiwanese cafe now has a branch in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Try their irresistible sweet tofu desserts! Located on the 7th floor of Shinjuku Mylord shopping mall.
Ladurée, the famous French bakery has an address in Shinjuku, Tokyo. For some of the city's best sweets (macarons, ice cream, cakes), you should definitely give it a try.
Tofu is an important part of Japanese cuisine, and in Japan, there are many varieties to be found. Here is a guide on the various types of Japanese tofu and how they are used.
Want to discover Japan's vegetarian and tofu cuisine? Then you have got to visit Sasanoyuki in Tokyo! The tofu maker is legendary for its sublime tofu-based cuisine.
Can you imagine having Kobe beef in Kobe for less than ¥4,000? Check out these awesome restos to try the world-famous beef for a steal! Cheers!
Kushiage, also called kushikatsu, is a type of Japanese cuisine which consists of battered, deep-fried ingredients on skewers. For some outstanding kushikatsu in Tokyo, try out these restaurants.
Here's a list of all the things to do (and eat) in beautiful Meguro in order to spend a lovely day!
Honey toast is a popular Asian dessert that has really been gaining in popularity in recent years. If you have a sweet tooth you have to try it! Here are five places in Tokyo that are famous for their delicious honey toast desserts.
Barasobaya is a popular ramen joint in Nakano that serves strong-tasting tonkotsu ramen.
Here's a guide on how to spend a wonderful day in beautiful Kagurazaka. This area is considered to be a foodie's heaven, both in terms of French cuisine and traditional Japanese cuisine. It also is a beautiful area to wander about in.
Here's what you want to know about Christmas traditions in Japan- When and how it is celebrated!
Looking for a nice place to drink in Fukuoka? Check out this list! It contains some of the best bars in the city, both for their outstanding drinks and their amazing atmosphere.
Melon pan is a kind of sweet bread you can only find in Japan, but here's a recipe so that you can make it at home!
Have you ever heard of Shojin Ryori? It is traditional cuisine for Buddhist monks. Respecting the Buddhist philosophy, animal products are not used; simply fresh and seasonal fruits and herbs. These are five excellent places where you can enjoy this kind of cuisine in Tokyo!
You like coffee and you like ramen? How about having them combined in one mind-blowing coffee-ramen dish! You can have it at Aroma, a neighbourhood restaurant in the east end of Tokyo.
On November 2018, a matcha-specialized store called THE MATCHA TOKYO opened in Omotesando, Tokyo. You can enjoy matcha ceremony in a relaxed setting. You can also enjoy a new kind of flavour, an organic matcha and coffee latte!