We went to try out famous Fruit Parlor Kajitsuen's breakfast fruit sandwich set in Shinjuku, and it did not disappoint! The sandwiches are packed with cream and succulent fresh fruits and the set comes with coffee too. Here's what it looks like!
Kabukicho is probably the most famous nightlife spot in Tokyo, if not all of Japan. In the midst of all the bars, clubs, and other...establishments, there are some fantastic places to get an insanely delicious bite to eat, even if it's well past midnight. Here are 5 such places!
Home's Pasta (Shibuya main location / Shinjuku branch) serves what many people consider the best pasta in Tokyo. The signature dish is called 'Pasta of Despair'. Here's all you need to know about it.
Shinjuku is one of Tokyo's ramen hubs, with dozens of top-notch shops to choose from. Here are pictures of some of the very best bowls in the city to help narrow your search! Click on 'More Info' to see the map.
Tsukemen (dipping ramen) is extremely popular these days! In Shinjuku, one of Tokyo's ramen hubs, we've found 10 of the very best shops that serve outstanding tsukemen and are presenting them here in this article. Enjoy!
If you're looking to get a good dose of fresh fruits and veggies in Shinjuku, then Mr. Farmer might be your best bet. They have lots of good vegan options too!
A Happy Pancake in Shinjuku Sanchome is a convenient place to try Japan's famous fluffy pancakes in central Tokyo. Here's what their famous pancakes look like.
Monnan Gamja has rapidly become one of the most popular restaurants in Shin-Okubo because of its jaw-dropping cheese fondue dishes.
For a fancy dinner in central Tokyo, you might want to try out FUGA located in Shinjuku. You can enjoy some course meals of modern Japanese cuisine that include sashimi and teppan wagyu.