Dashi is a fundamental ingredient you cannot go without when making any Japanese dish. Dashi is basically a soup full of umami flavor. You boil typical ingredients such as kombu seaweed, dried sardines, katsuobushi flakes and other things to make it. Dashi is originally a Japanese ingredient but of course you can use them for any kind of dishes you like.
Everyone know what watermelon and chocolate is, and most people know what mochi or dango is, but what about chocolate-watermelon dango? Let's figure out what it is!
Chicken Paitan Ramen is now a popular genre of ramen, but you can have the creamiest chicken paitan ramen at this store! With a mix of paitan and fish broth, you can enjoy a creamy yet mild taste of ramen!
Banh Mi's are perfect anytime of the day and anytime of the year. The mix of fresh daikon, cilantro, meat makes it super addictive. And it's a super cheap way to grab a bite. Perfect for foodies and people on the cheap alike!
Furikake is the known as rice's best friend here in Japan. It's a type of popular seasoning made of mostly of nori flakes and dried fish almost everyone loves. This article will describe what it is, the popular flavors of furikake and where to buy it while you are visiting Japan!
Traditional Japanese cuisine has become so popular outside of Japan, it is almost commonplace. However, when it comes to modern Japanese cuisine, what is it exactly?
Udon is a soul food that Japanese people often eat. Kagawa prefecture is famous as the mecca of Udon. On this article, 5 popular Udon shops in Kagawa are introduced!
Parfaits are hugely popular in Japan. Sometimes you feel like every restaurant has it on their menu. And, well it's delicious all year round, but it's particularly good in the summer. Loaded with fruits, and ice cream. It's refreshing and sweet. How about trying a limited edition summer parfait or a parfait made with delicious summer fruits? Yesssss!
Japanese sweets are always one of the most popular genres of food among people visiting from outside of Japan. This article is a guide to the many kinds of Japanese desserts! Enjoy this list of Japanese desserts.
Ice cream is a delicious dessert that everyone loves. It is delicious especially when it looks cute. In Harajuku, you can taste delicious ice creams that are extra kawaii.
You would be surprised by how much cafe chains there are in Japan - there are more than 100 cafe chains! So here's the lit of cafe chains that you should try in Japan!
Convenience stores in Japan are virtually everywhere. They are called by the people in Japan "konbini", which is a Japanese abbreviation for "convenience". They sell a good variety of basic necessities and snacks and are generally open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. They truly are convenient! Here's a quick konbini guide.
Only 20 Dishes Served Per Month, Come Try The Special Katsu Curry At The Michelin Guide Introduced Ponchiken
Since 2015, Ponchiken continues to appear in the Michelin Guide every year! Due to its popularity, a line-up is inevitable during lunch hour. The katsu curry is only served 20 times per month. If you're lucky you'll get to try it!
Aoyama Flower Market is a flower shop where you can enjoy tea, dessert or a light meal, all while being surrounded by beautiful flowers. It feels likes you're having tea inside a botanic garden. It is great for tea with friends or a nice stop while you're on a date.
Kisoji is a great place to have traditional Japanese cuisine in Japan! Especially since the weather is getting a little colder, you'll enjoy these delicious Japanese broths with Japanese beef!
For all those eating Halal or vegan and travelling through Japan, Shinjuku Gyoen Ramen Ouka is here to satisfy your ramen craving, while respecting your dietary restrictions! What's more, it's amazing!
Looking for the best Izakayas in the Takadanobaba area? This list is for you! You'll find lots of variety and interesting spots in the area with a large student population.
Nara has its own traditional type of sushi, which is similar to nigiri sushi but wrapped in a leaf. Make sure to try it while you are there. It's cheap too!
Do you like "Sushi"? There are many kinds of sushi in Japan. Let's learn about the different types of sushi in Japan!!!
Kanda is a business district so you find lots of good cheap restaurants there. There are a couple of sushi bars worth the try. Here is our selection.