If you are wondering what to do in Ginza, then have a look at these 5 suggestions. They are some of the most popular activities with locals and tourists alike in the famous Tokyo neighbourhood.
Tokyo station is actually a great gourmet spot! Looking to try good food there? Then you might want to start with one of these five places that are highly praised by locals.
'Rokkando' is a popular ramen shop in Tokyo's Ikebukuro neighborhood that serves ramen with green noodles! We went to find out why the noodles are green and see if the ramen was any good. It turns out the ramen is not only delicious but perhaps healthier than a standard bowl of ramen!
This article will introduce 3 ramen shops in the middle of Shibuya, Tokyo that feature 24-hour service! Whether you're looking for a place to grab a meal after a late night of partying, or you're curious to try eating ramen for breakfast, these are the places to try!
This guide includes the many popular types of kushiyaki (mainly yakitori) found in Japan and some other basic information about this popular type of Japanese cuisine.
Burgers are super hip these days in Tokyo, which is great because that means that good ones are surprisingly easy to find! Here's a quick rundown of 6 of the best burgers to be had in Tokyo. Enjoy!
The Japanese-style tantan noodles are really a nice twist to Chinese cuisine. The soup and toppings are just amazing! Here are the top three tantanmen restaurants in Shinjuku you just have to try!
The wildly poplar pokemon cafe in Tokyo is offering two new desert items featuring the cover Pokemon from the 'Gold' and 'Silver' games! The Beautiful and nostalgic desserts just gave us 2 more reasons to vist the cafe!
'Takeru' in Tokyo's Akihabara offers some massive meat-filled donburi (rice bowls) for an absurdly low price (¥940 for more than one kilo of food!). Among those are the '1kg Hamburg Steak Tartar,' the 'Original Tokusei Steak Bowl,' and the 'Yukhoe-style Rare Steak Bowl, which we went to try today!
Kobe Beef is arguably the best meat in the world; it's also incredibly expensive. But not at these three Tokyo restaurants where you can have it for really cheap!
Yes, Japanese people are that crazy for bubble tea. The pop-up theme park will be in Harajuku and will feature several types of bubble tea, photo booths and attractions.
This article is about a restaurant you've definitely never heard of in north Nagoya called 'Donburi Pot.' It's a tiny shop run by a husband and wife that mostly serves customers taking a break from the large pachinko parlor across the street. The absolute must-try item here is the butadon (pork bowl), which I will introduce in this article.
Try some pretty amazing tonkotsu ramen at one of Japan's most reputable ramen chain restaurant in Dotonbori, Osaka! Ichiran has two restos in the district. Read on to learn about the locations, ordering system and the ramen.
Red miso katsudon is one of Nagoya's soul foods. You can find the dish served at countless restaurants throughout the city, and there are even a couple chain restaurants that specialize in it. However, the original, and perhaps best miso katsudon can be found at a small, local restaurant that has been open since 1949. Don't miss this delicious miso katsudon when you're in Nagoya!
If you're visiting Osaka, one thing that you should have on your list of things to do is visiting DENDEN Town and Ota Road, the over-the-top 'electric' district where you can find everything related to the otaku subculture of Japan!
Shari The Tokyo Sushi Bar is a nice reasonably-priced option for Ginza for either lunch or dinner. Find out why the restaurant is so popular.
This summer, 2019, a shop called 'SALON BAKE & TEA' in Shinjuku is offering a luxurious and beautiful seasonal peach shaved ice dish unlike anything you've ever tried! It's perfect for the hot summer days that are on the horizon!
According to many online sites, Savoy in Azabu Juban (Roppongi area) serves one of the best pizzas in Tokyo! Read this article to find out more about this small yet iconic pizza joint!
Have you heard of 'Taiko Chaya?' It's an izakaya in Tokyo's Asakusa Bashi that is so popular that there's a ticket system for getting in to enjoy the all-you-can-eat sashimi lunch! It's a unique lunch experience that is worth trying, especially if you are a sashimi lover!
Enter the vibrant Kuromon Market for a street food experience unlike any other! Here's a guide to the famous market and some foods you might want to try.