If you are looking for a sushi bar that will surprise you, Kuriyagawa is a good choice. The chef is from the Edomae tradition but incorporates some modern elements to his cuisine.
Tokyo has over 3,000 sushi restaurants ranging vastly in price and type of establishment. Whether you want Michelin-starred high-end sushi or cheap kaiten sushi (sushi train) or anything in between, this article introduces the best places for each genre you can find in Tokyo!
In Shinjuku, Tokyo, there are too many restaurants that it can get overwhelming. Even with just sushi, there are so many to choose from. This article will introduce sushi restaurants in Shinjuku, from high-end exclusive sushi to affordable sushi restaurants!
Kizushi is a long-established sushi restaurant in Ningyocho district, Tokyo. They are well known for the traditional sushi made of fresh and natural (not farmed) seafood. You should stop by Kizushi on your trip to Tokyo!
Saba is a type of mackerel that is known for its rich, oily taste and health benefits. In Japan, it is enjoyed in so many different ways, from raw (sashimi) to canned. This article will summarize various ways that saba is prepared, talk about its health benefits, and finish with a recipe to try out.
Ginza is quite a popular place for tourists and people living in Tokyo because there are just so many things to do! Since it is so crowded whenever you visit, you can easily get lost and wonder where to go and what to eat. Before stepping out to Ginza, here are some lists of the hottest places in Ginza!
Craving for Japanese food in the traditional city Kyoto? There are actually many kinds of Japanese food and restaurants, so why don’t you go to buffet? You can try variety of Japanese food such as sushi, noodles, tempura, tofu, and so on as much as you can!
Haneda Ichiba Ginza 7 serves arguably the freshest sushi in Tokyo thanks to its direct air delivery system. Looking for outstanding traditional edomae style sushi in Ginza? Then this is the place to go!