Sekki Ramen is a new ramen shop in Tokyo's Takadanobaba neighborhood that offers a very unique bowl of piping hot ramen. The stone bowls that this delicious ramen is served in are heated to over 300 degrees Celcius before the ramen soup is added (and consequently boiled). For interesting and tasty tonkotsu ramen, give this place a try!
Lookin' for a hearty steak dinner in Naha, Okinawa? If so, bustling Kokusai-Dori is the place to go! There are plenty of restaurants serving delicious, juicy steak, but we've narrowed it down to 5 of the best. Enjoy!
Looking to avoid the tourist spots and have a really 'local' experience in Osaka? You've come to the right article! Today we'll be introducing a new restaurant that serves chicken yakiniku (not yakitori) from 9:00 in the morning!
You can have a tasty bowl of ramen at one of Tokyo's most famous landmarks: the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building! Here's how to get it!
If you're a fan of ramen, but you also like the wonderful texture and flavor of soba noodles (which are healthier anyway), then you'll love the 'niku soba' at Fukuro in West Shinjuku. Check it out the next time you're searching for lunch in the area!
A popular omurice restaurant with 10 locations around Japan recently started a new eating challenge: eat a giant omurice in under 30 minutes and get it for free! Fail and pay the ¥4,000 price tag. Think you could finish it?
There are many delicious dishes that feature udon, one of the classic Japanese noodles. If you're looking for a great place to eat udon in Shinjuku, we've got you covered. Here are our top 5 picks for udon restaurants in the neighborhood.
At LAMB one, you can enjoy quality lamb yakinku (sometimes called Japanese bbq) on grill-by-yourself helmet-shaped skillets. Also, the restaurant is a hitori yakiniku, which means its a solo bbq-style restaurant - a much-talked-about new style of restaurant in Japan.
We're here to answer your wagyu-related questions! Wagyu literally means 'Japanese beef.' Of wagyu cows, almost 95% are of the black-haired (黒毛 'kuroge') breed, of which there are many sub-breeds including all the most famous types of wagyu (Kobe, Matsuzaka, etc.)
An original and delicious restaurant option in Ebisu is Torinago. They specialize in poultry cuisine and boast quite possibly the most beautiful and tasty duck meat sukiyaki set in Tokyo.
Wagyu is quite a rare topping to find on ramen, and even in Tokyo, the ramen capital of the world, there are only a handful of places to get it. Here are 4 of the best, with details included. Enjoy!
Hare is a cheap curry house (options under ¥1,000) in Ginza serving some of the most satisfying curries there are in Tokyo.
Sushi Tokyo Ten is a popular sushi restaurant located right outside the ticket gates of Shinjuku Station's New South Exit. The restaurant offers an authentic Edomae sushi counter experience at a very reasonable price considering the high quality. Read on for more details.
Jikasei MENSHO is a newly opened ramen shop inside Shibuya's PARCO shopping center that serves a very unique and delicious bowl of wagyu tantanmen! We guarantee it's unlike any ramen you've tried before and is totally worth the try!
'Chuka Soba Ginza Hachigo' was opened in 2018 and earned a place in the Michelin Guide in just one year! The chef has French training, and has crafted a delectable bowl of ramen that doesn't include a certain ingredient that is indispensable in basically all other ramens!
Nishiogi Tou is a newcomer to the ramen scene that was good enough to be added to the Michelin Guide after just a year of operation! The shop's ramen features handmade noodles, incredible soup, and sakura woodchip-smoked chashu that make it a standout bowl!
Ginza is home to one of the spookiest restaurants in Tokyo; the 'Vampire Cafe.' The small restaurant is only open at night and is run by an ill-tempered vampire named 'Count Rose' who is hundreds of years old.
Have you heard of Taiyaki? It's a traditional Japanese sweet that looks like a fish-shaped waffle. They can be filled with various sweet fillings, but anko (red bean paste) is the most traditional filling. There's one special shop in Asagaya, Tokyo that offers taiyaki that are absolutely jam-packed full of anko!
Soba is one of the classic Japanese noodles that everyone needs to try! The noodles have been used in Japanese cooking for longer than most other foods that are now synonymous with Japan, including sushi and ramen. Soba is not only delicious but quite healthy as well! Read on to learn more.
Tempura Mochiku will make you discover authentic delectable and sophisticated tempura. Open for lunch and dinner, it's located at just a 2-minute walk from Ginza Station.