Japanese food is known as healthy. However, if you are a big meat lover, you might have felt Japanese food is not quite satisfying. If so, just try Shabu Shabu! You can enjoy high-class beef such as Kobe Beef staying healthy. What's the tip for Shabu Shabu? Just have fun!
Japan is pretty well-known for its crazy amount of food challenge restaurants! Everything from giant sushi, to huge piles of beef, all-you-can-eat fried chicken and more. Yaro Ramen in downtown Akihabara, Tokyo is a standout amongst the crowd. The ramen looks good here, and if you don't wanna eat for the rest of the week, maybe this place is for you!
The Hokkaido region is like the epicentre of ramen culture in Japan. There are more ramen restaurants in Hokkaido than you can shake a stick at, each with their own style, flavour, and unique touch. Here is the ultimate list of the 11 best ramen restaurants in Hokkaido.
If you've never heard of Tsuta, you owe yourself five minutes to find out now. Having gained the first ever Michelin star to the ramen world, Chef and owner, Yuki Onishi, has taken Japanese soba noodles to the next level, nay "enlightenment." Eat before you read this 'cos it will make you hungry!
Have you ever tried a Japanese popular dish katsudon? It is a kind of rice bowl dish which is topped with tonkatsu (Japanese pork cutlet) and eggs. If you are planning to eat katsudon in Tokyo, you should go to an old-established restaurant called "Ginza Bairin" which serves a special type of katsudon!
Kitakata Ramen Bannai is a chain ramen shop which has many branches throughout the country, mainly in Tokyo. You must try their famous ramen, which is a ramen literally covered in slices of roast pork!
New York Grill quite possibly has one of the best views in all of Tokyo. Making a cameo in the movie Lost in Translation starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson, the restaurant and bar has floor-to-ceiling glass windows so customers enjoy breathtaking views of Shinjuku Park and the city surrounds while they dine on high-quality seafood and grilled meat prepared by top-level chefs from all around the world.
There's plenty of craft beer pubs popping in Tokyo at the moment but most don't have the kind of charm that comes with Beer Pub Ishii. Situated in the oldtown Tokyo district of Yanesen, you not only have the choice of three different high-quality Japanese craft beers, hearty meals, and a mouthwatering Sunday roast, but it's the perfect place to go for a weekend stroll.
Shabu Sai is a shabu-shabu restaurant chain where they offer all-you-can-eat shabu-shabu at a very reasonable price! If you love shabu-shabu, be sure to check out this restaurant with your family or friends.
Are you not satisfied with the small portions in Japan? Well, don"t worry. This curry shop, "Tokyo Stamina Curry 365" serves pork stamina curry that will definitely fill up your empty stomach!