Japan offers an endless array of local dishes. But international cuisine is also delicious in Japan. Japanese chefs are known for their dedication. They study the French's savoir-faire on location and come back to Japan and adapt the dishes to the Japanese palate. Whether you're craving a delicious flaky, buttery croissant or something with a Japanese twist. Please try these best croissants in Tokyo.
There are over than 8,500 restaurants in Shinjuku, so I think it is safe to say you can be overwhelmed by the choices available to you. Shinjuku is an awesome shopping area, but sometimes it's nice to take a break at a nice cafe before continuing on your shopping mission. Please check out the cafes below for the best cafe suggestions in Shinjuku.
L'Occitane in Tokyo is a great place to have a nice lunch or dessert set. You can sit down, relax and catch your breath while admiring the bustling streets of Tokyo from above.
These 4 excellent cafes and restaurants are located within a short distance walk from the popular sightseeing spot of the Toshogu Shrine in Nikko.
Food trucks have gained a lot of popularity overseas in recent years, but you might not see that many in Tokyo, as you need to know where to go to spot them! Antaru Kitchen Food Truck was a bit of a lucky find. Venture down to Kojimachi and grab some original Ghana grub!
Mahika Mano is one of the first hammock-themed cafes in Tokyo. It is located in the beautiful town of Kichijoji. If you have some time to spare, you should definitely check it out. It's one of the most relaxing cafes you can imagine. Here is more on this little oasis of tranquility in Tokyo.
If you're looking for a nice weekend activity, why not go on a coffee walk with a friend or a good book. In this up and coming town nicknamed "coffee town" because of all its local and international coffee shops, you will find all the delicious coffee your heart desires! Why not go on a coffee shop hop and make the best out of your weekend!
Although they are mainly a clothing brand and a surf shop, Saturdays Surf Tokyo also has an espresso bar and a beautiful wooden terrace. It'll make you feel like you're in on one of Tokyo's best-kept secrets.
"Welcome home Master!" she says as you walk in the door! Japanese maid cafes have been around for a long time. Known for their cutesy girls and maid outfits, they also serve up some pretty decent food and drink options too. If you're after a unique experience when in Tokyo, read on for the top 8 maid cafes in Akihabara.
Eorzea Cafe is a themed Final Fantasy cafe based on the universe of FFXIV. The interior will blow you away, and the themed foods will thrill any fan of the famous Square Enix game. There are only two in Japan: one in Tokyo and another in Osaka. Here's a look inside the branch in Akihabara, Tokyo!