Also sometimes called Sapporo Ramen Zero, the joint is a popular one in Sapporo for some rich-tasting miso ramen and tsukemen with huge pieces of chashu.
When it comes to classic yokai(spiritual monsters) manga, I think of GeGeGe no Kitaro. The manga's author, Shigeru Mizuki, spent most of his adult life living in Chofu, in the suburbs of Tokyo. There, near the large 'Jindaiji Temple,' is a Kitaro-themed tea house that sells awesome cafe food, drinks, and merchandise based on the manga. Check it out this summer!
Farms by Good Munchies is a new burger shop in Harajuku that has been getting a lot of attention lately. The shop is one of the best places in Tokyo to get a really tasty burger that satisfies every time. Recently, the shop began offering some interesting menu items including a humongous King-Sized Burger!
'Ton Shabu Hide' is a sumo wrestler shabu-shabu restaurant that is well known in the Kyoto area. The restaurant's signature shabu-shabu is made with very high-quality ingredients including Awa pork and Awa chicken from Tokushima prefecture and is loved by locals and visitors alike. For those searching for outstanding shabu-shabu in Kyoto, this is a fantastic option.
Ever wondered what the best way to cook a wagyu steak is? Many would argue that using a stone oven called a rogama (炉窯) is the optimal way to cook wagyu and that steak cooked this way is the most delicious. One of the best places to get steak made this way is in Ginza at 'tcc ROGAMA Steak.'
Kani (Japanese crab) is one of the most delicious 'luxury' foods in Japan. Here are some of the best places in Tokyo to enjoy crab!
For a limited time, coffee mafia is offering its new salad subscription for ¥4,800 (regular price is ¥6,000).
Discover Japan's 'yoshoku' at a restaurant with a great view in central Ginza. The place introduced in this article is called tcc Ginza-no Yoshoku, and it serves some particularly excellent omurice, hambagu and parfaits!
Discover excellent wines from all over the world at W Omotesando The Cellar Grill. Expert sommeliers are there to give you their recommendations. Enjoy your purchased wine in the restaurant section of the shop.
Harajuku is one of the best places in Tokyo to go if you're looking for a tasty sweet treat. There are countless shops offering crepes, bubble tea, cotton candy, pancakes, and more. In 2020, however, we predict that this new treat with traditional Japanese flavors will be the hottest dessert item in the neighborhood.
If you work in Nishi Shinjuku and drink coffee every day, this is one place you definitely need to know about!
Omotesando Box Cafe & Space is a popular cafe that acts as a venue for various anime and manga-related popup cafes.
76Cafe cafe is a dog-friendly and work-friendly cafe in Omotesando where you can enjoy a variety of savory dishes, sweets, and coffee.
Looking for sweets or coffee in the Omotesando/Harajuku area? Apeach is an option worth considering.
Ukai-Tei is perhaps the most famous teppanyaki restaurant in the Omotesando/Harajuku area. Enjoy teppan-grilled Wagyu Beef as part of lunch or dinner courses.
There's a tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Ikebukuro, Tokyo that serves plates of premium wagyu that customers can grill to their liking at their own private grill! In Japanese, it's called 'Hitori Yakiniku,' meaning 'solo bbq' and is the perfect way to be able to concentrate on the delicious, premium meat!!!
Here are some of the best restaurants and cafes in Nishi-Shinjuku where you can eat for around ¥1,000 or less.
If you work near Iidabashi and drink coffee every day, this is one place you definitely need to know about!
In February, 2020 the high-end members-only meat and sake specialty restaurant '29ON' opened a casual 角打ち(kaku uchi) bar in Nishi-Shinjuku that offers its members all-you-can-drink sake and various tapas featuring sous vide-cooked wagyu.
We went to try out Ginza's 300 bar NEXT to see what all the buzz is about. Here's why we also think it's great!