- Foods hunter
Want to eat an overflowing bowl of delicious grilled pork (butadon)? Whether you're already a diehard butadon fan, or if you're curious to discover the deliciousness of the dish for the first time, you've got to head to 'Buta Daigaku' while you're in Shinjuku!
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!
When it comes to classic yokai(spiritual monsters) manga, I think of GeGeGe no Kitaro. The manga's author, Shigeru Mizuki, spent most of his adult life living in Chofu, in the suburbs of Tokyo. There, near the large 'Jindaiji Temple,' is a Kitaro-themed tea house that sells awesome cafe food, drinks, and merchandise based on the manga. Check it out this summer!
The Japanese-style tantan noodles are really a nice twist to Chinese cuisine. The soup and toppings are just amazing! Here are the top three tantanmen restaurants in Shinjuku you just have to try!
How much do you know about hand-rolled sushi? At Nonono you'll learn everything about it! This new type of restaurant uses fresh ingredients to let guests experience the charm of hand-rolled sushi. You should try it!
Eating a meal of nagashi somen requires a dextrous hand with chopsticks. Otherwise, your dinner could flow right past you!
When it comes to Hokkaido's Hakodate, most people likely think of seafood or other fresh Hokkaido specialties. However, the one restaurant that shouldn't be missed in the southern Hokkaido city is a local burger chain called Lucky Pierrot. Just what is the magic of this shop? Read on to find out.
Tokyo is a city with a great café culture, and there are hundreds of quality cafés throughout the city worth exploring. Today, we're introducing 3 unique cafés where you can get amazing latte art, awesome food, or awesome café deserts. Enjoy!
Ten Ten Kitchen is a Taiwanese restaurant that will let you want to taste every day. The restaurant, hidden away in Setagaya, on the outskirts of Tokyo, has always featured authentic Taiwanese food. The cooks skillfully use Japanese ingredients in combination with Taiwanese cooking techniques to create delectable dishes.
Toriyasa is Located near the Mizonokuchi Station in Kawasaki, just a few stops away from Shibuya Station in Tokyo. it has been one of the popular izakayas for travellers. Their 25-year secret sauce is a special feature!