Takoyaki, okonomiyaki, and kushikatsu are the most representative street foods of Osaka. Here is what they are and where to have the best in the city!
The number one most popular Japanese food is undoubtedly Kobe beef, and is so for a reason! It's so incredibly delicious and tender, it's nothing like you've ever had before. However, there is so much to discover in Kobe. Here is some must-try Kobe cuisine!
If you are looking for some of the most popular street foods you can find in Tokyo, here is a list for you! I also include links to the best places to find them!
Udon is a comforting food prepared in many different ways. It's delicious and one of Japan's soul food. Here's what it is. You'll find here a brief overview of how udon is made, how it can be eaten and where are the best places to have it in Tokyo.
Seikou-En is located a 3-minute walk from the Daikanyama station or a 5-minute walk from the Ebisu station. You can have there an omakase course that you customize to your liking. Favy went there to try it out! The meat used for the course is black cattle Japanese beef from Kyushu. It was surprisingly of good value. Definitely worth the go!
Okonomiyaki has an amazing food culture that you should discover while you are there. Must eat foods include okonomiyaki, oysters, ramen, and broiled eel dishes.
Mochi ice cream is a delicious snack you should definitely try while you're in Japan. Apart from the classic, be sure to try the seasonal flavours and all the delicious variations!
What is Donburi? A Japanese word you've probably numerous times by now. This article explains what it, how to make it at home and where to have it in Tokyo too! Enjoy!
Information on where to have the very best yakitori, yakiniku (horumon), sushi bowls, parfaits, and ramen in Shinjuku.
Hokkaido is a foodies paradise! While you are there make sure to have the following regional specialties: kaisendon, jingisukan, miso ramen, crab, and ice cream.
What is Yakisoba? You've probably already heard that word before as it is commonly heard around Japan. Here's what it is in a nutshell.
Here are all the tastiest places to have vegan ramen in Tokyo. Whether you're looking for a healthy alternative to heavy meat ramen or you're vegan and are looking for a vegan ramen joint, these are the places to try!
Here are some of the best French restaurants in Shinjuku you should definitely try while you're in the area! Enjoy!
You haven't experienced Osaka authentic food culture until you've tried these: takoyaki, okonomiyaki, kushikatsu, fugu, ikayaki, udon, and yakinku.
M-SPO is a sports bar right in the center of Shibuya, Tokyo, where you can watch the game and enjoy cheap beer, but you can also come to have a really good dinner with friends. No matter what, you'll have a great time without breaking the bank.
A 2-minute walk from JR Ebisu Station's West Exit, "Kairi" is a delightful restaurant which specializes in shrimps. The specialty is "shrimp shabu shabu" which uses 1 Kg of red shrimps! It makes for a rare experience because you will probably never have the chance to eat this many shrimps again! The menu is a shrimp lover's dream come true, you should also try their other famous shrimp dishes at Kairi!
If you're curious about Japanese comfort foods, here are the top 10 must-try comfort foods you should have in Japan! Maybe they'll become yours too and you'll them back home when you're feeling a little under the weather.
You might have heard the word before, and wondered what this famous dish is. Here we will explain what takoyaki is and where to eat this tasty snack both in Tokyo and in Osaka!
Tokyo has so many facets that its unique cuisine often gets overlooked for other aspects of its rich culture. Here are the local foods of Tokyo you should try!
Sometimes it's tough traveling with a friend with different dietary restrictions as you. You're vegetarian, but your friend isn't, or vice versa, well here are some amazing restaurants which do in fact serve meat and fish, but also have vegetarian menus!