Looking for the best sushi experience in Tokyo but on a budget? Try Sushi Zanmai, and you will have reasonably-priced, yet amazing sushi. It is one of the most famous sushi restaurant chains that originated from Tsukiji and has many branches mainly in Tokyo.
Tempura is a traditional Japanese food you need to try in Japan. It is usually made with seafood and vegetables which are coated with a special batter and then deep-fried. Here is a list of the best restaurants where you can enjoy amazing tempura in Kyoto.
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!
If you haven't tried the much talked about Japanese souffle pancakes, you must make these for a lovely brunch at home. Love isn't measured by material things, but in this case, the height of this pancake tower is a great measure. This fluffy pancake recipe is 100% pure love!
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.
Onigiri is an awesome dish that can be eaten right about any time of the day. It can be breakfast, a snack, or a meal on the go. You can stuff it with your favourite ingredients and it can be prepared at home or bought in specialized restos or convenience stores.
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.
The Korean boom was thought to be slowly dying down in Japan, but it has clearly regained in popularity lately! The Korean gourmet trends often come to Japan one by one and can be especially seen in Tokyo's Korean town, Shinokubo. You need to try this cheese hot dog!
"Karashi" is a traditional Japanese condiment which will add some spiciness to your daily dishes. Karashi is very spicy, compared to the western mustard which is usually not that much spicy with the mixture of vinegar and other ingredients. This post will not only introduce the Karashi mustard itself but also post some dishes which go perfectly well with karashi!
Dashi is a fundamental ingredient you cannot go without when making any Japanese dishes. 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. Here's everything you want to know about dashi.
Being the top company of all shochu distillers for more than 30 years, iichiko shochu has been loved by many Japanese shochu lovers. They offer many kinds of iichiko brand shochu from the easy-to-get reasonable bottles to the high-end shochu bottled in flask looking containers! This post will list up all kinds of iichiko shochu and where you can give them a try.
You think that your McDonald's Big Mac or fries are the same whether you are in Japan or the USA? Actually, they aren't! Find out they differ in terms of calories and macronutrients.
Today in this article, we will introduce 'kaiten sushi' (conveyor belt sushi) restaurants in Akihabara. If you have a craving for sushi, but don't want to spend a lot of money, conveyor belt sushi restaurants are the way to go. Despite being inexpensive, many are actually very delicious!
In Japan, there's a special brand of egg called 'Tsumande Goran' that has a yolk which can be picked up by pinching it with your fingers!
Takeshita street (Takeshita dori) in Harajuku, Tokyo is famous for its cute (kawaii) fashion and many visitors enjoy shopping there. When you come to Takeshita street, don't forget to try their delicious food too. Here are 10 recommended places to have desserts and snacks while taking a break in the area.
There is an overwhelming number of foods you can try in Japan. It varies by region and by season, so it's like diving into a deep, delicious ocean of novelty! Yum! There are loads of new foods to discover during the summer in Japan, they are generally light and refreshing, but oh so ever delicious! Here's one you should try! It's a jelly noodle called tokoroten!
What is this small delicacy that is named after "great luck"? Find out!
Japan has quite a few popular chocolate brands that are very tasty. Luckily, many are also halal! Here is a brief list of some of the most popular products that are okay for Muslims to eat!
Many of you might already know Japan is famous for its quality beef, such as "Kobe beef", "Matsuzaka beef" to name a few. However, not just only the common meat cuts but also "horumon", or the innards, are very popular and often eaten in Japan. In this post, I would like to introduce you to the amazing world of horumons!
Motsunabe is a kind of Japanese hot pot from Fukuoka Prefecture. The main ingredients are "motsu", beef innards. This post will introduce you the recipe of motsunabe. The ingredients for motsunabe are cheap and it's motsunabe is easy to make, so let's give it a try!