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If you're planning a trip to Tokyo why not plan a day trip to Odaiba on Tokyo Bay! If you've never been you might be quite surprised to find a small Statue of Liberty, an indoor theme park and a plethora of fine dining restaurants. There's plenty to do in Odaiba, including going for a swim or just chilling near the man-made beach.
Now that summer in Japan is here, it's a great time to enjoy the beach, some waves and great food! Enoshima is a very popular destination for beach-lovers and surfers alike. Definitely a great place to check out!
Gram Pancakes is a staple in Tokyo in terms of souffle fluffy Japanese pancakes! These thick Japanese pancakes are so delicious, you'll understand the fluffy pancake trend in Japan as soon as you try them!
Here are the best places to have breakfast in Okinawa! You can have awesome pancakes, smoothies, and even breakfast burritos! Fuel up on delicious food and you'll be ready to hit the waves!
At 512 Cafe & Grill in Roppongi, their specialty dish is the super fluffy brûlé pancake. Before cooking the pancake, they add meringue to the pancake mix so that the pancake becomes very soft. You have to try it out for yourself!
A nice breakfast is the best way to start off your day! Just a heads up, eating breakfast outside will cost you around the same price for lunch, probably around ¥2000. Here, I will introduce the best Western-style breakfast places in Tokyo!!
While in Kyoto, you should definitely try all the Japanese cuisines, and all the variations of it. This, of course, includes Japanese pancakes. They are nothing like American pancakes, as they are much lighter and fluffier. Try one of these 7 awesome cafes to know for yourself!
Even with all the food diversity around Tokyo, sometimes there's nothing like a big hearty brunch on a Sunday morning. (Especially after a night of drinking hm hm..) Here are the best spots to try brunch around Shibuya.
Searching for a great brunch spot in Tokyo is a popular pastime with the weekend crowds. Clinton St. Baking Company, in Aoyama, is known as the "King of Bunch" in it's New York city home. Neil Crainberg, chef and owner, is a well-known heavyweight in the NY's food industry, and has brought his A-game and wowing customers yet again!