Saba is a type of mackerel that is known for its rich, oily taste and health benefits. In Japan, it is enjoyed in so many different ways, from raw (sashimi) to canned. This article will summarize various ways that saba is prepared, talk about its health benefits, and finish with a recipe to try out.
Located near Shimbashi Station in central Tokyo, the Hamarikyu Gardens offer a chance to take a stroll through old trees and beautiful seasonal flowers. Don't leave the gardens without stopping in for some matcha and seasonal wagashi at the island tea house!
listed here are 10 popular Japanese snacks that you may be thinking about purchasing while you are in Japan. Disclaimer: I myself am not a Muslim, nor am I an expert on halal food. I wrote this article in an attempt to provide some useful information about some of the most popular Japanese snacks.
Having trouble finding Muslim-friendly restaurants in the Harajuku area? Refer to this guide for some very tasty options!
What is dango, anyway? How is it different than mochi? Do you eat it hot, or cold? What does it taste like? What kinds are there? Where can I get some? How do I make dango? All of these questions will be answered!
If you're looking for a great sukiyaki place that won't break the bank, Ibuki is a great option. Not only is it affordable, but it's also a Shinjuku institution with a long history of serving outstanding sukiyaki.
Inside an old, remodeled sake brewery from the Taisho era, Torisei is a must-visit chicken restaurant in Kyoto. If you love high-quality chicken or high-quality sake, you can't leave Kyoto without stopping here.
Looking for the perfect place to take your special someone? Here are 5 of our recommendations based on the kind of vibe you are aiming for.
Kichijoji has so many wonderful izakayas to pick from, it can be difficult to choose. If you're in need of some help, consult this list of 7 izakayas of various categories.
Mega Kebab has been a favorite in Nagoya since its establishment in 2000. There are now 9 locations across Nagoya, including 2 inside Chubu airport. If you are looking for a delicious Turkish street food bite (that is also halal), find one of these shops and get your fix.
Wondering what to do during Golden Week in Tokyo? Check out these really interesting activities that are best enjoyed, or can only be enjoyed, during this long spring holiday!
Ginza has seemingly every kind of food one could want. This article presents our top choice for each of 10 categories: Only in Ginza, Kaiseki, Ramen, Sushi, Soba, Yakiniku, Tempura, French, Breakfast, and Bar. Enjoy!
Looking for a great place to eat in Nakameguro? Here are 5 recommendations from 5 different categories: Cheap and Delicious; Unforgettable Sushi; Washoku; Izakaya; Non-Japanese
This is a brief list of our 5 top picks for halal restaurants in Nagoya. Note that not all of the restaurants listed are certified Halal, so please check the details of each restaurant below the description.
Akihabara is not necessarily known for its street food, but there are a few delicious bites worth seeking out. Here is a list of 5 street food bites to munch on while you walk --no wait-- stand! (Walking and eating is a no-no in Japan)
Though cocktails may not be traditional to Japan, there are plenty of top-notch mixologists working at world-class bars across the country. If you are looking for such a place in Kyoto, look no further than these 5 bars.
The biggest Muji store in the world + Muji hotel opened today in Ginza. We went to see what all the hubbub was about.
How much do you know about hand-rolled sushi? At Nonono you'll learn everything about it! This new type of restaurant uses fresh ingredients to let guests experience the charm of hand-rolled sushi. You should try it!
There are several options for halal food in the Ueno area. Here are our top 5 picks. Each Restaurant on the list is certified by the Japan Halal Foundation.
Haneda Ichiba Ginza 7 serves arguably the freshest sushi in Tokyo thanks to its direct air delivery system. Looking for outstanding traditional edomae style sushi in Ginza? Then this is the place to go!