Starbucks Japan has been releasing many creative menus. This summer, they offer matcha (green tea) flavor frappuccino called "Chocolate Cake Topped Frappuccino with Matcha Shot", and also some matcha desserts. All matcha lovers and those who want to have special experience in Japan, go find Starbucks and get these amazing matcha beverage and food today!
"Saikyou no Butter Coffee" opened a take-out only store on June 7th, 2017 at a location that takes about a 30 seconds by walk from Yoyogi station. If you are interested in butter coffee, or wondering what it is, this is a perfect place to try it out!
牛カツ "Gyukatsu", delicious deep-fried cutlets of Japanese beef, originally from a specialised restaurant in Kyoto, can now be eaten in Tokyo! As of June 12th, if you head to Katsugyu in Takadonababa, you will also be able to enjoy this delicious cuisine from Kyoto.
Have you ever tried cotton candy? What about ice cream? You might be thinking, is that even a question? Well, how about cotton candy AND ice cream together? Now you might be wondering, what does it look like and how does it taste like? Let's figure it out together!
Kinka, the Canadian restaurant specialising in Japanese cuisine opened a branch last September in Shibuya, Tokyo. Kinka is a modern dining restaurant specialising in sushi and seafood. You used to be able to have it only in Canada (Toronto and Montreal), but now you can also have it in Shibuya!! But what is meat sushi?? Instead of using fish, this restaurant uses thinly sliced pieces of seared beef sashimi.
New at Xross Casa, during the all-you-can-eat roast beef festival, is the beef mountain nacho. Also, during the meat festival with a set reservation, you get half off!
Arriving in Enoshima it's hard to miss this wooden-clad American-style bar and restaurant situated right along the river in town. Deigo By The River is coined as an "Ocean Cafeteria" loved by surfers and the locals of Shonan. Californian vibes here we come!
I couldn't believe what I had stumbled upon when I went here for the first time! Sushi Koraku Bekkan is a Tokyo local's secret! A charming little restaurant that serves up delectable sushi and sashimi in business district Kojimachi.