- 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.
Katsuzen is the only restaurant to serve Japanese fried pork cutlets and to be awarded a Michelin star. This is a quite typical home cooked meal, but what sets it apart to the point of getting a Michelin Star?
Kotaro is a modern izakaya in the heart of bustling Shibuya, Tokyo. You'll have the chance to try the chef's 'omakase' and try some wonderful and novel combinations. It is quite a popular restaurant, so be sure to make a reservation beforehand!
Daikanyama is a trendy neighborhood which is as fun hanging out in during the day as at night. For an outing with friends, or for a date, you can try these restaurants. You'll find all the delicious food from burgers to brunch, to slightly more upscale dining! Enjoy your day in Daikanyama!
Here's the best way to spend a day in hip Daikanyama! Delicious food, awesome terraces, craft beer...no wonder people nickname this cool neighbourhood little Brooklyn!
Afternoon tea is always a delightful way to spend time with you friends or loved one. There is always a wide variety of things to try; from sweet to savoury, it is always an exciting experience. Here are some of the afternoon tea places you should try in Tokyo; whether you are looking for something traditional or with a Japanese edge, all of these are exceptional!
Ebisu is heaven in terms of food diversity and food quality! You can find any type of food you fancy in this awesome neighborhood. The best part is that although it's a fancy neighborhood, the price range is also diverse. You can find cheap eats that are out of this world, and there are also unforgettable sushi restaurants (but be prepared to pay the price)! Here, we narrowed down the best Italian restos in Ebisu! We ranked them from cheapest to most expensive.
If you are spending the day shopping or wandering the streets of fancy Ginza, why not stop for a well-deserved break at one of these delicious cafes.
In Tokyo, variety is almost endless in terms of price-range and cuisines. If you'd like to try something a little different and invite your date or celebrate a birthday/anniversary at a high-end restaurant, you should try these restaurants. Whether you are looking for Peking, Cantonese or Shanghai cuisine, or even Dimsum, we got you covered! These luxurious restaurants offer a beautiful setting, great service and delicious food...everything you need to create a perfect ambience.
Here are the best breakfast places to try in Kyoto! There are tons of delicious places to try, Western and Japanese breakfast alike, and hotel buffets if you would like to take your time.
Ippudo has been providing fine tea in the heart of Kyoto for almost 300 years! They sell tea cultivated in and around Kyoto, which is known to be of the highest quality. More than a tea shop, it is also a tea room and a tea class! While in Kyoto, you should definitely check it out for yourself.