- Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.
Moriva Coffee is one of the major chain cafes in Japan. It stands out for offering only fair trade coffee and house-made sandwiches at a reasonable price. Here the information you need about Moriva Coffee in Japan and its menu.
Here is a list of the best sushi near the Kawasaki station for all kinds of budgets. We've included some sushi train restaurants as well as some high-end establishments. Each of them is among the best in their own price category.
The meanings of "omoide" 思い出 and "yokocho" 横丁 are respectively memory and back alleys. So Omoide Yokocho is sometimes referred to in English as the "memory lanes" of Shinjuku, Tokyo. Visiting the Omoide Yokocho is among the most interesting to do in Shinjuku. Here's all about Omoide Yokocho!
Royce is the brand of high-quality chocolate that is the most renowned in Japan. Find out about the flavors, the cost, and where to get it while you're in Japan!
Kyoto Katsugyu opened in June 2018 a new restaurant serving its famous beef cutlets. For any fan of Japanese-style deep-fried foods, beef cutlets (gyukatsu) are a must try! Here's what you can expect to find at Kyoto Katsugyu in Kobe.
Koenji Awa Odori Festival: a huge dance festival in the heart of one of Tokyo's hippest neighborhood!
If you are in Tokyo in late August, make sure to check out the Koenji Awa Odori Festival. It is one of the biggest in the city, and it attracts approximately 1 million visitors! Find out more about the summer festival below!
The Tokushima Awa Odori is said to be the biggest awa dance festival in Japan, attracting annually 1.3 million visitors! Be sure to attend it if you are on the Shikoku island during the O-bon period.
For people with halal dietary restrictions or for people who just want to eat great and affordable Japanese yakiniku BBQ, Yakiniku Panga is the place to go! What's more, what you are served here is authentic, beautifully marbled wagyu (Japanese beef)!
The Aomori Nebuta Matsuri is one of the big three festivals of its kind in the Tohoku region. "Nebuta" is in reference warriors carried on floats traveling to the center of the city. Aomori puts on an amazing spectacle with gigantic lantern-floats surrounded by dancers in unique costumes dancing to traditional music. This event attracts approximately 3 million people every year. A must see!
Ken's Cafe is simply outstanding in the quality of chocolate cakes it makes. Many people rave about its smooth chocolate cakes for good reasons! Not only are they gluten-free, which means a greater number of people can enjoy them, but they also have an unquestionable fantastic natural taste!