Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish outside of Japan, and one of the most popular dishes for the Japanese themselves. Today, we are introducing 11 of the best sushi restaurants in Ginza, Tokyo. Price range is indicated from cheap [¥] to expensive [¥¥¥]
Matcha can be referred as finely powdered green tea. Although it is not too common to drink pure matcha in recent days, there are many places that use matcha to make desserts and drinks.Here are a few must-eat matcha desserts in Japan to enjoy the true Japanese matcha flavor!
Japanese food is known as healthy. However, if you are a big meat lover, you might have felt Japanese food is not quite satisfying. If so, just try Shabu Shabu! You can enjoy high-class beef such as Kobe Beef staying healthy. What's the tip for Shabu Shabu? Just have fun!
The Ueno area has a lot of attractions including the Ueno Zoo, art museums and Ameyoko street. Ameyoko street is crowded every day because of its cool shops and delicious food. One of the best types of food on offer in the area is ramen!! Here's our top 7 ramen joints near Ameyokocho.
If you've eaten much Japanese food, you've likely had 'gyudon' (beef rice bowl) before, but what about 'Butadon?' 'Butadon' is a pork rice bowl that is served with sweet and flavorful soy sauce! Just one bite and you'll be addicted! Butadon is one of the tastiest cheap Japanese dishes!
Is there anything more comforting than sitting on a sofa and have a cat jump up on your lap and curl into a round furry ball. All the stress that might have been piling up will suddenly disappear. That's the magic of cat therapy. You need to try this in Tokyo. This article will introduce several cat cafes in the city.
Nishi-Shinjuku is covered with tall skyscrapers, and its streets are full of busy office workers. However, this area actually has many hidden ramen shops(salary men gotta eat, too!) This article will introduce the top 8 places to grab a bowl of ramen in the Nishi-Shinjuku area.
Most people are probably familiar with tempura bowls or tempura udon noodles, but authentic Japanese tempura is actually enjoyed by itself with some salt. In the Ginza area, there are many great tempura restaurants that serve outstanding tempura, piece-by-piece at the counter, just like sushi.