When in Sendai, you should try some of the awesome local ramen joints to sample of the local dishes! Here are the best places to do so!
This article gives you information on how to get to the observation deck of Mt Inasa. Includes information on access by ropeway, buses and their schedules, and taxi fares. We also included information on the restaurant in the observation tower
Here is the list of the best places to have sushi in Nagasaki regardless of your budget!
For those who are looking for a peaceful moment in a nice cafe while eating some world-class cakes, this list is for you! We found the best cakes Tokyo has to offer. From cheesecakes to chocolate cakes to macarons and mousse cakes, there's a little bit of everything for everyone! Enjoy!
If you're looking for some awesome places to enjoy fine wines in Tokyo that are really classy, have a comfortable atmosphere, and are not touristy, these are our best recommendations. The list includes wine bars in Ginza, Aoyama, Roppongi and the Shimo-Kitazawa areas.
Here are the best places to have an enjoyable Japanese lunch in Tokyo! The best part about having lunch in Japan is that you can try out a high-end restaurant for lunch and it is easily only between 1,000-2,000. Have fun trying out these awesome restos!
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At the centre of the table there is a fondue pot filled with hot matcha sauce in which you can dip all kinds of delicious ingredients. Kagurazaka Saryo is a well-kept secret among locals because of its delicious desserts and Japanese atmosphere.
If you want to try the popular Western-influenced Japanese dish, "omurice", you should try this authentic "kissaten", You! Their omurice dishes are beautiful and addictively delicious!
egg, originally a Brooklyn restaurant, first appeared in Ikebukuro, Tokyo on April 2017. This restaurant specializes in egg dishes and serves breakfast all day.
Sushi bowls are called chirashisushi in Japanese Sushi Sada serves for lunch one of the most popular in the area. For about ¥1,000 you can get a big bowl of sushi with loads of toppings of all kinds ingredients, including plenty of kinds of sashimi, Japanese omelet and spicy cod roe.
The Japanese have a dish called hayashi rice, which is made of hashed beef and rice. The restaurant Hayashiya Nakanoso serves as one of the most popular hayashi rice there is. Theirs is made from pork too and has a massive omelet topping! Find out why the Nakano resto is so popular!
Sushi Zanmai a popular sushi restaurant in Japan will open in Kyoto on May 28th. It will be open 24/7, 365 days a year!
In Nakano, there is a pub called Beer Daigaku (麦酒大学), or Beer College, that serves 13 different kinds of beer that come exactly from the same cask! Their secret to making it different is all in the way it is poured! Find out more about this interesting pub in Nakano, Tokyo.
One of the most impressive hanabi taikai (fireworks festival) in the world will be held on August 8th, 2018, in Odaiba Tokyo. See the stunning show from the beach from Odaiba's beachfront park from 19:10. Tickets on sale now!
There are the best tea shops in Tokyo to enjoy Japanese tea with Japanese sweets. After having visited one of these shops, you'll definitely be moved by how delicate, yet intricate Japanese desserts are and by the care with which Japanese tea is prepared.
If you're looking to have a great time at a sports bar in Tokyo, check out this list! Whether you're looking to watch rugby, soccer, baseball, pro-wrestling, the world cup or the Olympics, these popular places show the major sporting events.
Looking for great seafood in Tokyo that won't break the bank? You should consider going to some of the following places! They offer an authentic Japanese seafood experience and are quite reasonably priced too.
Izakayas are Japanese-style pubs where you can come with a group of friends for a drink or for dinner. It's a typically Japanese experience that you must try at least once. Here are the must-visit izakayas in Tokyo, all genres included.
Here are places that kids will like and that won't break the bank! These are restaurants that are very popular with Japanese people in general and that can be found virtually anywhere in Tokyo. All of them have plenty of menu items that are below ¥1,000.