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Spring season has arrived, and it's almost time for the cherry blossoms to start blooming. This article will review the best spots to visit in Tokyo to enjoy the beautiful cherry blossoms and will introduce restaurants with a cherry blossom view in that area.
Craving for a real rich milky dessert? Milk Craft Cream claims to be the first fresh cream specialist ice cream shop in Japan that serves great quality soft served ice cream and other desserts. Check it out!
“Tonkatsu” is a dish all Japanese people love to eat. In this article, we will introduce the 11 the best tonkatsu restaurants in the Shinjuku area! This is for the maniacs! The choice of meat, type of panko (bread crumbs) and deep-frying methods are all different depending on each restaurant. You will enjoy crispy bread coating on the outside and juicy pork on the inside that spreads over in your mouth.
Teppanyaki is a cooking style on an iron plate Japan has become very famous for. Nothing tastes better than a teppanyaki steak! But the cooking style is not just limited to beef. You can also have seafood for instance. If you are looking for delicious teppanyaki restaurant in Shinjuku, here are the best places!
Zoetrope is a must-visit for whisky fans in Tokyo. With over 300 different varieties of Japanese whisky in this cosy and unique bar in the Shinjuku area, you'd be silly not to come here and try Japan's finest whisky available. Read on, then drink on!
Let's face it, sushi trains are pretty standard when in Japan. However, when you come across one serves you quality sushi at a reasonable price it's worth talking about. Introducing, Gatten Sushi. A touch fancier than other places, with sushi to delight, read on to find out more!
Shinjuku is one of the mega stations in Tokyo. You'll find nearly every kind of Japanese cuisine imaginable, and because the competition is so fierce, you really get the bang for your yen at most restos! Here is a list of the very best of the most popular genres of Japanese cuisines you can get in Shinjuku at affordable prices (from 1,000 to 4,000 yen).
Shinjuku Unatetsu is an unagi (eel) specialized restaurant in the centre of the Kabukichou district in Shinjuku, Tokyo. In a traditional, yet laid-back atmosphere you can enjoy classic dishes such as "unaju" (eel served over rice) and unique eel skewers grilled over the fire.
Do you love ramen? Do you love cake? Combine two of your favourite things. Ramen and Cake! It's like the best of both worlds, but there's one catch, you can't actually taste the two at the same time. If you're still wondering what I'm talking about read on to find out more...