Located in a back street in Asakusa is a quaint, stylish restaurant called 'MISOJYU' that specializes in homemade onigiri and hearty Japanese soups. They put a strong focus on the quality of the ingredients used, serving incredibly delicious versions of Japanese home cooking.
Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan, and is also a popular tourism area in Kanagawa prefecture, where they have Cup Noodle Museum, China Town, Red Brick Warehouse, Yamashita Park, and more. The following are a list of restaurants that you can try while you're in Yokohama!
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!
Looking for some cheap eats in chick Ginza? These five restaurants are really worth the try for their awesome value for the price (around ¥1,000) and original items. The list even includes wagyu beef and foie gras!
Luke's Lobster is a popular lobster roll store from New York which was established in 2009. Ever since it opened its branch in Tokyo, it has been attracting lots of customers with its delicious lobster rolls! Let's find out more about Luke's Lobster!
At 100 Spoons in Futakotamagawa (Tokyo), on any given day, you can see many mothers waiting in line to come to this popular resto. The restaurant offers free baby food adapted to your child's age. You can also go by yourself or with other grownups for the adult's kid's lunch plate! I went to try it out!
Little Nap COFFEE STAND is located in Yoyogi, Shibuya, Tokyo. Pretty close from Yoyogi park, this coffee shop serves amazing coffee with delicious gelato. Check out the article for more info on Little Nap COFFEE STAND!