- Lili Wanderlust
- I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.
Ever wondered what Japanese people have for breakfast? Take a look to see what the Japanese eat for breakfast and it'll give you an insight into why they have such a healthy lifestyle! Also, we'll tell you where to grab the best breakfasts around Tokyo.
You think you know mushrooms until you come to Japan! There are so many varieties and even more ways to enjoy them. Let's find out what are the health benefits of eating mushrooms and how they can be prepared!
Would you like to try a super popular Japanese dessert recipe at home? Here are two simple recipes you can try: Japanese purin and the matcha version. Yummm
If you haven't tried the much talked about Japanese souffle pancakes, you must make these for a lovely brunch at home. Love isn't measured by material things, but in this case, the height of this pancake tower is a great measure. This fluffy pancake recipe is 100% pure love!
Omotesando is conveniently located next to Harajuku and close to a variety of luxury shops. Basically, it's a shopper's heaven! But after all that walking, you need a good place to relax and have a great cup of coffee. Here are the hottest cafes in Omotesando that you need to try at least once while you're here!
Looking for a place to have a bite around beautiful park, or even to take out to eat in the park on a Sunny day? Leave it up to us to find the perfect place to stop to eat something tasty.
Tokyo is a bar-goer's heaven! Here's Favy's list of 19 of the coolest bars in Tokyo you should check out while you're here. From old-school Japanese cocktail bars to absinthe bars, we got you covered!
When visiting Japan, you soon realize that Sake is to Japan what wine is to France. There is an incredibly extensive list of types of sake in Japan. Just like wine, sake can be sweet or dry and can have different flavor-notes, such as spices, herbs, flowers, and fruits. Let's embark on a flavor-filled journey and discover sake tasting in Tokyo!
Nakano is mostly famous because of Nakano Broadway (i.e. Otaku's heaven). There you can find a multitude of otaku goods, from vintage to rare. Nakano is also a nice place for students to hang out since there are nice parks and cafes and it has a laid-back atmosphere compared to some posh areas of Tokyo.
Ginza Iwa is well-established sushi restaurant in the heart of Ginza. Although the chef is young, his many years of experience do not go unnoticed when he prepares the sushi with agile hands. What's more is the sushi is still quite affordable for its quality.