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While you are visiting Kyoto, you should try having a very traditional and unique experience by having Buddhist monk cuisine in or by a temple. This will undoubtedly be an unforgettable experience in Kyoto.
Kawagoe is a town that tells the story of olden Tokyo. It has also a manufacturer of a craft beer known as the COEDO Beer. The beer is made from sweet potatoes which are produced in abundance in the region. In Kawagoe, you can enjoy the local beer while time traveling back to the Edo period.
Bikkuri Donkey, famously known for its massive size hamburg meals (and its funny name) is one interesting place to eat! If you need protein and lots of it, you've come to the right place. Japan is full of wacky and interesting restaurants and Bikkuri Donkey is definitely a part of the club!
A what now? Yes, a meat theme-park in Tokyo. Why? Well because you can, that's why. It is a meat theme-park in Tokyo, with stands that serve meat in many different ways and also offers entertainment, such as a museum, the "Museo de Carne" (the meat museum). You can walk through the park and pass through a Spanish-style village.
Tasty, cheap and fast is the most here at Yoshinoya; and they're not kidding. It's ridiculously cheap! If you've been living under a rock you've probably never heard of Yoshinoya - but you're in luck! Here's everything you need to know about Japan's Best Gyudon restaurant chain!
Goodbye Summer, Hi Autumn! Japan is changing season from summer to autumn starting from September. New harvests of chestnuts will be available in the markets for sale. Chestnuts are often used as ingredients in traditional sweets and other dishes. Chestnuts can be eaten from morning to night. They have a good nutritional content and can be cooked in various ways.
Mister Donut, as known as "Misdo", is one of the most popular chains in Japan. They offer not only donuts but also pasta, ice cream and even dim sum! Check out the most popular and delicious donut chain in Japan.
You know summer is here when it's finally time to eat mangoes! It might be surprising to read, but mangoes are grown in Japan too! Specifically in Miyazaki prefecture or Okinawa. A lot of restos are jumping on the mango bandwagon and are offering limited-time products!
Vending machines are everywhere in Japan. It is hard to keep an eye away from them and to resist the temptation of pressing on buttons to get something. Canned coffees are handy and come in 185ml formats with prices ranging from 90-130 yen.