Hokkaido milk tea has become quite popular around the world in recent years. This article presents how milk tea is made in Japan, and also introduces some well-knowns tea shops in Tokyo that serve the famous drink!
Summer is here! There are the most popular and amazing fireworks (hanabi) festivals in Tokyo the you can't miss. When and where can you see? Here is a schedule of Tokyo's famous fireworks festivals so you can mark your calendar!
"Welcome home Master!" she says as you walk in the door! Japanese maid cafes have been around for a long time. Known for their cutesy girls and maid outfits, they also serve up some pretty decent food and drink options too. If you're after a unique experience when in Tokyo, read on for the top 8 maid cafes in Akihabara.
These are the must-try famous dessert places in Tokyo! We've included some dessert buffets, traditional desserts, ice cream parlours (matcha, sesame), famous fancy fruit parlours, and more! Every address is located near a main station of Tokyo.
For people looking for a good place for a first date, you should mark this one down. Without a doubt, Gyu Nabe Iron (hot pot cuisine) will impress your date!
"Yosenabe" is the most basic kind of nabe, a Japanese hotpot dish you can try. Basically, there are no rules when making yosenabe. Ingredients can be any vegetable, meat, or seafood you like. All you have to do is to cut the ingredients and put them into the pot, and simmer! Let's give it a try!
This guide includes the many popular types of kushiyaki (mainly yakitori) found in Japan and some other basic information about this popular type of Japanese cuisine.
Japan's first ramen shop was opened in Tokyo in 1910. While that shop no longer exists, it is still possible to eat the same ramen that was served there if you go to another shop in neighboring Chiba prefecture.
The land of rice? Think boulangerie instead! If you've ever been to Japan you've probably encountered the "Japanese Bakery" serving up delicious treats, usually located around train stations and pretty much anywhere people go. Here are 6 Japanese bakeries worth a visit in Tokyo!
Japanese curry, unlike Indian or Thai curry, is very mild and has some starch in it to make it less runny. Japanese people enjoy eating it since childhood, and you hardly hear someone saying that they dislike curry. There are many places that you can try different kinds of Japanese curry in Tokyo, so enjoy the great variation of curry that Tokyo has to offer!
This article introduces some of the best things you can do in Japan in February. You'll find info on popular festivals, traditions, and food!
Osaka's Kita (north) district Umeda is home to many great shops, restaurants, and attractions. Here's a guide to how to fully enjoy Umeda while you are in Osaka! Please read to find out some of the best things do in Osaka, Japan.
listed here are 10 popular Japanese snacks that you may be thinking about purchasing while you are in Japan. Disclaimer: I myself am not a Muslim, nor am I an expert on halal food. I wrote this article in an attempt to provide some useful information about some of the most popular Japanese snacks.
Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, and one of the most popular dishes for Japanese themselves. Today, we introduce you 9 best sushi restaurants in Ginza, Tokyo. Enjoy sushi!
Ever wondered what Japanese people have for breakfast? Take a look to see what the Japanese eat for breakfast and it'll give you an insight into why they have such a healthy lifestyle! Also, we'll tell you where to grab the best breakfasts around Tokyo.
Here are the best-selected cup ramen according to Japanese people! When browsing through a grocery store in Japan, you might very well be overwhelmed by the hundreds of choices, so we narrowed it down to the 7 best!
There are so many ways to enjoy Japanese festivals, they are so animated and fun because of all the festival games and booths available. You don't have to be a kid to try them all! Now you'll know how to enjoy some traditional Japanese games.
If you have the chance to visit Osaka, there is an unavoidable cheesecake you can only buy there. The name of the shop is "Rikuro Ojisan" or "Uncle Rikuro" and there are several locations in Osaka. Not only locals but visitors are going crazy for this fluffy cheesecake! Once you try it, you'll understand why..
Searching for a cafe in Osaka that's got personality and delicious coffee? We've got you covered! This guide will introduce 7 cafes that are unique, tasty, and totally worth visiting.
Ichiran has just opened in Tokyo its first branch ever serving pork-free and alcohol-free ramen. Give it a try! The new restaurant is located in Shinjuku.