- Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.
If you're a tonkatsu fan, you've got to try Butagumi near Roppongi Station. It's hands down one of the best restaurants for the genre in Tokyo. Although it's a little expensive, you'll be amazed by how good their tonkatsu is!
Unagi Irokawa in Asakusa is an eel restaurant that you'll surely enjoy! The eel is unbelievably plump and juicy and the atmosphere is the quaintest there is.
Sekine is arguably one of the best high-end restaurants in Japan to have one of the country's most iconic delicacy, unagi (soft water eel). The restaurant was even awarded a Michelin star for its outstanding cuisine.
Kuma Kafe in Osaka is a not-so-well-kept secret for some awesome American foods (mainly pizzas and burgers). Many people go there for the laid back, artsy atmosphere as well.
Green Earth is a vegetarian/vegan cafe restaurant in Osaka that you'll love for its super tasty yet affordable cuisine. They serve cheap lunch sets and some great sweets too.
Showa has the best atmosphere you can imagine for an izakaya with its retro Showa Era decor and music. The menu is super cheap and good too. A must-try!
More than any other place on earth, Japan has a vibrant market for luxury fruits. Here are 8 mind-bogglingly pricey fruits you might find in Japan.
That's the simple equation that has been making DevilCraft one of the hottest restaurants in Tokyo recently. Here's a presentation of DevilCraft popular Kanda location. We've included plenty of pictures of the menu items.
This selection is of the very best, high-end Japanese wagyu steakhouses in Tokyo. They have the legendary wagyu Kobe beef on their menu and many more exquisite brands.
Looking for a cheap, hearty lunch in Akihabara? Then you should definitely check out Samata! It serves its original katsudon topped with a Japanese style omelette.