Dotonbori is one of the most iconic areas in Osaka, Japan, and it is often featured in guidebooks or on social media. Yes, it's where the running Glico Man sign (a symbol of the city) and all the flashy 3D signboards are. Check the following places out to make your Dotonbori visit unforgettable!
This article will introduce the Japanese yuzu lemon and the many ways that it is used in Japan.
Roppongi is a city famous for its high-end restaurants and bars and also known as a spot where you can enjoy a great nightlife in bars and clubs. If you're wondering what to do while you're visiting the area, we've got you covered!
Tofu is an important part of Japanese cuisine, and in Japan, there are many varieties to be found. Here is a guide on the various types of Japanese tofu and how they are used.
What is Donburi? A Japanese word you've probably numerous times by now. This article explains what it, how to make it at home and where to have it in Tokyo too! Enjoy!
The mikan fruit is an important part of the food culture of Japan. Frozen or grilled, it's consumed in a variety of simple ways. This article presents the ways Japanese eat their most popular citrus.
What is "Tonkatsu"? You've probably heard of this dish, which is easily confused with "Tonkotsu". Here's an explanation as to what it is and where to enjoy it in Tokyo!
This article will introduce some of the best ice cream stands and shops in Tokyo!
What's the difference between Japanese rice and other rice? What is short-grained rice? How do you cook Japanese rice in a rice cooker? Is Japanese rice healthy? Read on to see the answers to these questions (plus more information you didn't know you wanted to know!)
All you need to know about this fancy, tasty, big-eyed, red fish. If you're in Tokyo and looking to eat some kinmedai, check out the restaurant recommendations at the end of the article!
Japanese crepes are basically rolled-up French crepes with a good amount of various fillings. Here's how to make them and the ingredients generally used as filling.
Shirasu is the Japanese word for the boiled and partially dried fry (baby fish) of the sardine family. The small, see-through (white when cooked) fish that are a popular ingredient in Japanese cooking. In addition to being delicious, they are also very nutritious!
What is Zaru soba? It is a type of soba noodle dish in Japan, commonly eaten in summer. Here is the ultimate guide to zaru soba - how to make (including the tsuyu/dipping sauce and condiments/ toppings), and how to eat it!
Royce is the brand of high-quality chocolate that is the most renowned in Japan. Find out what makes it the best chocolate in Japan and what flavours to try! Be sure to bring some back for your family and friends back home too!
You think you know mushrooms until you come to Japan! There are so many varieties and even more ways to enjoy them. Let's find out what are the health benefits of eating mushrooms and how they can be prepared!
If you'd like to know which items are popular at Starbucks Japan, please check out this article! It contains the standard and special frappuccino drink items in English! Frappuccinos in Japan are quite bold and interesting! Plenty of pictures included!
KFC is a major chain restaurant in Japan. It is popular both for set meals and take-out, especially during the winter holiday season.
Here are all the types of Japanese food which are cooked in front of you; some are cooked for you, some you cook for yourself at your table. Be sure to try them all, they are all delicious and uniquely Japanese!
The Japanese word 'harumaki' （春巻き）translates to 'spring roll' in English, and refers to those deep-fried, crispy rolls filled with various vegetables and meat. But are spring rolls Japanese? And how are they different from egg rolls? Read on to find out more. Scroll to the end for a recipe/
Have you tried the world famous super fluffy Japanese pancakes? They're so fluffy that they jiggle, and they're so delicious! These Instaworthy pancakes are a must-try in Tokyo. Here are the best places to have them!