The little coffee shop in Asakusa rose to world fame after Kantaro, the character from "Kantaro, the Sweet Tooth Salaryman" tasted their perfect pancake.
The little jazz club in Shibuya has hordes of fans from all over the world. Find out why!
The restaurant is famous for its "tapas style"; in Japanese known as Kappo-ryori, kaiseki's less formal relative.
Carne Staton is a Korean BBQ buffet, perfect for big groups and meat lovers, with reasonable price in the fancy neighborhood of Ginza.
A favorite among the travelers, Hippari Dako is the perfect place to take a break from sightseeing and have a cheap, delicious meal.
The ancient Japanese tradition that turns tea preparation into art continues to attract thousands of tourists every year. Here's where to experience it with tea masters!
This gem of a restaurant will mesmerize you with the incredible care for details, the harmonious and perfect blend of tastes and textures, and the incredible hospitality.
Fellow meat eaters must check out Bulls for halal sukiyaki, shabu-shabu, and steak. They also serve all-you-can-eat sukiyaki and shabu-shabu for dinner.
Sushiguni is the ultimate destination for die-hard fans of the golden gonads of sea urchin!
This 2-Michelin star kaiseki restaurant serves exquisite traditional Kyoto flavors in the middle of Tokyo.