Kichisen is one of just seven restaurants in Kyoto to have earned 3 Michelin Stars. The restaurant serves an extravagant and visually stunning Kyokaiseki course. For those seeking to experience the very best of Kyoto's cuisine, Kichisen is about as good as it gets.
Hombino, a new resident restaurant at the shared kitchen restaurant re:Dine Ginza, is now serving 30 kinds of flavoured clam dishes. From hot and spicy to mild and creamy, you're bound to find your favourite flavour!
Iidabashi is a great gourmet spot! These are some of the best restaurants and cafes in the area, from high-end to affordable and delicious.
Akakara Nabe is a fun izakaya located in Ikebukuro's Sunshine Street that serves awesome Nagoya-style food. In addition to great tebasaki (chicken wings), fried shrimp, and other izakaya specialties, the restaurant's featured item is nabe, or Japanese-style hot-pot. The hot pots feature a rich red miso base and a spiciness level from 0 to 10!!
Hayakawa is undeniably one of Tokyo's coolest sushi restaurants. The small shop is literally hidden away behind an unmarked door on the 5th floor of a seemingly typical building in Ebisu. Despite the secrecy, Hayakawa has made quite a name for himself, and customers flock from around the world for a chance to eat the truly outstanding sushi he serves.
Looking for some amazing ice cream in Ginza? Then you might want to check out these five shops! They serve some of the best ice cream and cold treats in Tokyo.
Reservation link included in this article! Want to try the pinnacle of Japanese traditional cuisine. Then Jushu's kaiseki cuisine might be what you're looking for!
Located in the middle of Sapporo, 'Katsukani no Hanasaki'(活カニの花咲) is an outstanding restaurant that should be on every crab lover's bucket list! A true crab master, the chef prepares the live crab right in front of customers in a variety of ways, based on which part of the crab is being used.
Looking to experience exquisite kaiseki cuisine in Kyoto? Then Kiyama might be the best place to go! Young chef Yoshiro Kiyama has acquired a Michelin star after only one year in operation.
5 minutes away from Mitaka Station, west of Tokyo, is a restaurant called 'Tori Soba Yamamoto,' which serves a truly outstanding bowl of chicken ramen for just 2 hours a day during lunchtime. If you're a ramen fan, this place should definitely be added to your list!
The Michelin starred restaurant is known in Japan and even globally for its outstanding sushi. For a high-end sushi experience in downtown Tokyo, it's one of the best choices there is.
Okonomiyaki means roughly 'grilled to your preference,' and refers to the delicious Osaka specialty that is loved by everyone. Umeda, the northern hub of the city of Osaka, is a fantastic place to have some of the very best okonomiyaki in the city. Here is a quick list of 5 of the top okonomiyaki joints in Umeda!
From the end of July through September 23rd, 2019, the famous ramen chain 'Ippudo' will be offering a very special bowl of chilled tantanmen to help combat the summer heat! If you're in Japan this summer, this special bowl of ramen is definitely worth checking out!
Here's a quick guide on some of the most interesting things to do and sites to see in Kagoshima, Japan.
This is the perfect Japanese summer pancake! Try Harajuku's Eggs 'n Things limited time special chocolate and mint pancake.
'Rokkon' is a wonderful restaurant in Tokyo's Iidabashi neighborhood that specializes in wagyu (Japanese beef). All of the dining rooms are private, providing guests with a special dining experience. The must-try course is a magnificent wagyu kaiseki course featuring 24 different dishes for ¥6,000.
Experience Kyoto to its fullest at these five wonderful 'amamidokoro', traditional cafes featuring Japanese style sweets and high-grade teas.
Here are some of the best cafes in Kyoto to have afternoon tea sets. The prices range from a little over ¥1,000 to ¥4,500. These are all famous cafes of long standing.
There are some very good vegetarian/vegan ramen joints in and around Tokyo Station. Here are three places you won't go wrong with!
If you've ever dreamed of eating as much premium, A5 wagyu (Japanese beef) as your heart desires without spending a fortune, 'Iidabashi Batake' in Iidabashi, Tokyo might be just what you're looking for. The restaurant specializes in wagyu shabu-shabu, and offers several all-you-can-eat options at a very reasonable price!