For a unique yakiniku (Japanese bbq) experience, you might want to try Kamoya SUN. They specialize in duck meat! Located in Ningyocho.
Molecu-L has got to be one of the most unique and interesting dining bars in Tokyo. They specialize in Japanese molecular gastronomy and the restaurant is decorated by some fantastic projection mapping!
Ton Shabu Hide is the ideal place to have a wonderful Shabu Shabu experience in the heart of Kyoto. It serves affordable all-you-can-eat course meals (all-you-can-drink option available too) that includes Awa Pork and Awa-odori Chicken, famous brands from Tokushima prefecture.
Looking for an out of the ordinary bar experience in Tokyo? Check out 5 of my recommendations!
Halal Nepali food can be tricky to find in Tokyo. Here are 3 Nepali restaurants in the Tokyo area serving halal food. Enjoy!
Hataka Dontaku is one of the most traditional festivals in Japan, being celebrated for over 800 years. Every year, during Golden Week, it gathers nearly 2 million people in Fukuoka.
HACHIHACHI is a yakiniku (Japanese bbq) restaurant that specializes in Kyushu Wagyu (Japanese brand beef known for its exquisite marbling). They also have some excellent wines to pair that with. For a superb yakiniku experience, you'll love this place in Akasaka, Tokyo.
Looking for a place with a nice atmosphere to have some good izakaya food for cheap in Asakusa? Tsubohachi is definitely worth considering! They have great skewers, grilled fish, karaage, and super spicy dishes too.
How about some thick Chicago style pizza oozing with cheese, some spareribs with melting cheese as a topping or some irresistible gumbo hotpot with some cheese fondue? Enjoy all of that as part of sets that include an all-you-can-drink option at this rock-themed izakaya in Osaka!
Kurayami Matsuri is one of the oldest festivals in Tokyo, held for seven days from April 30th to May 6th. The main events are celebrated at night, making it an other-worldly experience.
The second edition of the festival will showcase theater performances, musicals, dances, and even opera! All for free!
At the base of Mt. Fuji, over 800,000 shibazakura plants bloom in pink, white and violet, covering over 24,000 square meters.
The exhibition "Barbie Loves TOKYO SKYTREE RUNWAY" celebrates 60 years of the beloved doll until May 6.
In honor of Japan's favorite mayo, kewpie 100 years, start! CAFE opens in Roppongi Hills for limited time.
For the second year in a row, Mister Donut has come up with an irresistible limited-time matcha sweets line-up through a collaboration with Gion Tsujiri, a famous tea manufacturer from Kyoto.
The coffee giant just added more items to its beautiful Japanese collection, this time celebrating sakura season.
Tetsuya Satome is an eccentric Japanese chef often referred to as the god of tempura, nothing less! He owns the restaurant Mikawa Zezankyo on the east part of Tokyo. If you want to see what high-end tempura is about, read this article!
The stylish udon-ya is located in the heart of trendsetting Harajuku, giving traditional udon a modern spin.
Bunbuku owners remodeled an old sento to create a casual izakaya pub-style restaurant.
Sakura season is coming and besides the usual hanami, why not dive into a pool of sakura petals while sipping on sake? Yes, please.