Mister Donut, as known as "Misdo", is one of the most popular chains in Japan. They not only offer donuts but also pasta, ice cream and even dim sum! Check out the menu of the most popular donut chain in Japan.
If you haven't already, you should definitely explore Shin-Okubo, Tokyo's Korean Town. The area boasts some of the city's best affordable restaurants. Here's an article that introduces 5 of the very best Korean restaurants of Shin-Okubo that aren't too hard on your wallet!
Tokyo Station is a huge bullet train hub. Chances are that if you're traveling from Tokyo to somewhere else in Japan, your journey will start at that station. While on the train, it's customary in Japan to eat a bento box lunch bought at the station. These are commonly called ekiben. Enjoying your ekiben in the train is a fun part of the traveling experience in Japan so make sure to grab yours before getting on the train. Here are some good places to buy some them at the Tokyo Station.
You've probably heard of cat cafes if you live in Tokyo but have you heard of dog cafes? They do exist although there are not as common. Here are a few places you might want to check out if you're a dog lover!
Namba is the southern part of Osaka and is considered to be at the heart of Osaka's culture. If you want to know about Osaka's unique history, here are the top things to do in Namba, Osaka.
Shinjuku is one of the mega stations in Tokyo. You'll find nearly every kind of Japanese cuisine imaginable, and because the competition is so fierce, you really get the bang for your yen at most restos! Here is a list of the very best of the most popular genres of Japanese cuisines you can get in Shinjuku at affordable prices (from ¥1,000 to ¥4,000).
Osaka Castle is one of the most attractive places in Osaka with many tourists visiting everyday. There are great restaurants nearby this castle, and I would like to introduce the top 4 places!
The idea of a penis festival may sound ludicrous, but actually, it's a Shinto religious tradition many Japanese folks take seriously. So there's a solemn aspect to it, but you can also have fun there! Here's how to enjoy it.
Afternoon tea is always a delightful way to spend time with you friends or loved one. There is always a wide variety of things to try; from sweet to savoury, it is always an exciting experience. Here are some of the afternoon tea places you should try in Tokyo; whether you are looking for something traditional or with a Japanese edge, all of these are exceptional!
The weather is getting warmer and summer is right around the corner. That means it is the season for ice cream! This article will introduce some of the best ice cream stands and shops in Tokyo!
Ton Shabu Hide is the ideal place to have a wonderful Shabu Shabu experience in the heart of Kyoto. It serves affordable all-you-can-eat course meals (all-you-can-drink option available too) that includes Awa Pork and Awa-odori Chicken, famous brands from Tokushima prefecture.
Tempura (vegetables or seafood dipped in batter, then fried) is a traditional Japanese dish and a staple in Japan. You need to try these incredibly delicious tempura restaurants in Tokyo. Let's try this golden-fried deliciousness at the best restos in Tokyo!
Have you ever heard of "oden"? It is a common Japanese winter (and autumn) dish. It can be served at restaurants, food stalls, convenience stores, and made at home. One interesting thing about oden is that it has a great variety of ingredients. Here is a list of common items you'll find in a pot of oden!
"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!
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!
This post will answer most of the general questions related to Japanese sake, such as "What is Japanese sake?" & "How is it different from other alcohols?" Check out this article to clarify a few things about Japanese Sake!
Eating delicious local cuisine is one of the most important things, isn't it? Hokkaido is the northernmost and the biggest island in Japan with full of unique and must things to do and eat. Here is the guide to the best local food you can eat in Hokkaido and also some recommended restaurants so you can try them.
Kyoto is full of street food. If you want to try some Kyoto food, Nishiki Ichiba is the place to go. It is a long street full of shops that sell street food. This article will introduce some of the street food you must try at Kyoto.
Eorzea Cafe is a themed Final Fantasy cafe based on the universe of FFXIV. The interior will blow you away, and the themed foods will thrill any fan of the famous Square Enix game. There are only two in Japan: one in Tokyo and another in Osaka. Here's a look inside the branch in Akihabara, Tokyo!
There are varieties of fruits in Japan, some of which are found only here, and others that have become known abroad as well. From the famous Fuji apple to the much more obscure yuzu lemon here's a list of typical Japanese fruits.