Cafe de Crie is one of the major cafe chains in Japan. It has a warm atmosphere that feels a bit expensive for a cafe chain, but the prices are actually very reasonable. Here's all you need to know about the cafe and its menu items.
What better way to start the day then to have a good hearty breakfast. Here are the best places to have breakfast, let it be sweet or savoury, we got you covered!
Kyoto Katsugyu opened in June 2018 a new restaurant serving its famous beef cutlets. For any fan of Japanese-style deep-fried foods, beef cutlets (gyukatsu) are a must try! Here's what you can expect to find at Kyoto Katsugyu in Kobe.
A summer truffle & Kuroge Wagyu beef pizza burger will be available this summer for a limited time at the restaurant & bar "The Dining Room" at the Tokyo Intercontinental Hotel. From July 1st to August 31st!
Origin Bento is a popular chain of mostly take-out bento lunch boxes in Japan. For quite cheap, you can enjoy some delicious washoku (traditional Japanese) meals with lots of variety of meat, fish and vegetables. Here are some of the most popular bento boxes at Origin Bento!
Roll Ice Cream Factory the very popular on Instagram and Youtube roll ice cream store is opening in Nagoya. There are starting a seasonal menu with particularly cute and delicious toppings!
Manhattan Roll Ice Cream opened in August 2017 in Harajuku. It was so popular people were willing to wait in line for around 3 hours to try this ice cream originating from Thailand! There is now a new branch opening in Nagoya! It opened on June 16th, 2018!
Located right next to Ikebukuro Station's East exit, on the 8th floor of the Seibu Department Store, you will find the Ikebukuro Dining Park with the incredibly popular Sanryo Character, Gudetama! Only open from June 26th to September 4th 2018, you will find the Gudetama Cafe in Ikebukuro!
Here is a list of must-visit delicious local cafes in Asakusa. You'll fall in love with each of them for different reasons and will probably end up visiting again... and again!
Here are the best cafes to try while in Roppongi. You'll find delicious coffee, scrumptious sweets, relaxing spots! Have a wonderful time!
Every year, Doutor Coffee, one of Japan's largest cafe chain restaurant, release a series of special summer drinks foods. This year doesn't disappoint with frozen fruit drinks, a traditional ice cream, a shrimp sandwich and a peach a la mode!
The Odaiba Marine Day Lantern Festival is a great summertime activity in Tokyo. Enjoy the sight of countless paper lanterns on the beach with the Rainbow bridge and traditional boats as the backdrop! Check out the foods and other things to do as well!
Ocean day, also known as Sea Day, Marine Day or "Umi no Hi" 海の日, is a Japanese national holiday in July. Find out where the origin comes from, it's cultural significance - or lack of, actually! - and special events surrounding Ocean Day, including the Marine Day Odaiba Lantern Festival!
Mini Stop is the most underrated convenience store in Japan. They have all the konbini staples and on top of that, the best ice cream in the konbini world! They have all kinds of original parfaits and ice creams flavours that the release periodically. Give Mini Stop a try if you haven't already!
If you're looking for awesome places to get breakfast in Ginza, here are the must-try places. From bakeries for when you're in a hurry to possible the tastiest pancakes or waffles you've ever had, you'll find what you're looking for!
Here is the list of where to have affordable Sushi in Shibuya. Who said you had to pay a fortune to have good sushi in Tokyo!
In Japan, the cookie dough trend hasn't caught on yet, but it won't be long until it will! Cookie Time is bringing the cookie dough deliciousness to Japan, get ready!
Ebisu a posh area with some excellent restaurant, but also one of the most expensive ones. It doesn't have to be expensive to be good though. Here is a list of affordable Sushi Restaurants in Ebisu, Tokyo! You can have lunch for less than ￥2,000 and dinner for less or about ￥5,000.
Beef Kitchen Stand is a Spanish style dining bar located at a 3-minute walk from the Seibu Shinjuku Station, in the Kabukicho district, in Shinjuku, Tokyo. You can have some beefsteak and Hamburg steak for just ¥290! This is one of the best places for a cheap eat in the area!
It's perhaps hard to imagine, but there's a bar in Tokyo that is operated by Buddhist monks! The place feels like a cross between a temple and a quaint Japanese bar. They serve original cocktails and drinks and side dishes that come from zen cuisine. A must-go!