One of Tokyo's most interesting traditional festival has to be the Sanja Matsuri. It is held annually in May on the grounds of the Sensoji Temple. You'll see beautiful ornated floats, geishas, and even shirtless yakuzas.
Meat lovers dream of Kobe Beef but the price is more a nightmare than a dream. Not at Gyuan Ginza though! You can have a Kobe Beef patty set for less than ¥1,000. Here's all about it!
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!
Teppanyaki Grow in Roppongi offers an excellent teppanyaki experience featuring A5 aged wagyu beef.
Looking for some A5 wagyu beef done teppan style? Then teppanyaki Grow in Ueno is an excellent option. Here's what you need to know about this popular restaurant.
'Kansui' is an ingredient that is absolutely essential to ramen noodles, as it gives the noodles their characteristic springiness and taste. However, there are some who worry about the safety of adding artificial additives to the noodles. For those who worry, there's a shop in Tokyo that makes completely natural and additive-free noodles which use 'natural kansui.'
Trying local foods is always one of the best parts of taking a trip to a new city. Tokyo is so huge that even individual neighborhoods have their own specialties! Yanaka Ginza is a retro Showa-era shopping street located near Nippori Station that is worth visiting for the atmosphere and, of course, the food!
Mendokoro Inosho in Nerima, Tokyo, serves a unique kind of spicy ramen, that is not just hot but also deeply savoury and dangerously addictive. Find out why people wait in line to get their bowl.
Looking for a cheap and delicious lunch in Akasaka? Look no further than Hayashi. It serves an outstanding ¥950 oyakodon that has been popular for decades.
'La Jolla' is a small restaurant located near Shibuya's Hiro-o Station that serves wonderfully delicious Tex-Mex Cuisine just like that found in the southern United States! Considering its size, Tokyo has surprisingly few Mexican restaurants. However, La Jolla is among the very best that the city has to offer and is definitely worth a visit!