- Quite sure I'm a Ramen freak. Almost up to 200ramens in 2017. Not only ramens but also love to eat around and drink around.
What would you imagine if you were asked what is the most popular kind of Japanese alcohol? Japanese sake? Japanese whiskeys? Some might even think of shochu (Japanese spirit). Actually, by far, beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage drunk in Japan! Here are the 5 most popular beer brands in Japan.
Among the three major Japanese beer brands that are Sapporo, Asahi, and Kirin, Sapporo beer has many foreign fans. Sapporo Beer claims to have been pursuing the "real" taste of beer since its established. Wanna taste the historical flavor of Japanese beers? Go check this post for the details!
Even if you haven't tried one, you may have heard of the name "Yebisu Beer". Yebisu Beer is produced by the Sapporo Beer brewery, the oldest beer company in Japan. The thick deep flavor of Yebisu is very irresistible!
Roppongi is a city famous for its high-end restaurants and bars and also known as a spot where you can enjoy a great nightlife in bars and clubs. Now here's a list of things to do when you visit Roppongi.
If you are planning to visit Nara prefecture in March, Omizutori is an event you can't miss. Omizutori (お水取り) is a fire torch festival held in Todaji, one of the most famous temples and tourist sites around Nara.
Yudofu, or hot tofu can even be called as one of the simplest Japanese dishes. Ingredients are tofu, kelp, and water with some dipping sauces like ponzu vinegar. When you want to try some ultimate tofu dish, Kyoto will be the place to visit. This post will introduce 5places where you can enjoy yudofu in Kyoto.
Miyako odori (都をどり) is a traditional dance event performed by geishas and maikos. It is annually held in Kyoto in April, 3 times a day. You can enjoy the beautiful geisha dance and drink the great tasting green teas before the dance starts.
Many of you might already know Japan is famous for its quality beef, such as "Kobe beef", "Matsuzaka beef" to name a few. However, not just only the common meat cuts but also "horumon", or the innards, are very popular and often eaten in Japan. In this post, I would like to introduce you to the amazing world of horumons!
Inuyama Matsuri is an annual festival held in Inuyama, Aichi. Inuyama Matsuri is well known for its magnificent floats! The gorgeous looking floats will surely be a scenery you cannot forget.
Tokamachi snow festival is a snow festival held in Niigata Prefecture from February 4th in 1950. The main idea of this festival is to "be a friend with snow and to enjoy them." This year, 2018, Tokamachi snow festival will be held from February 16th to 18th.