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Opened in April 2018, Gonpachi NORI-TEMAKI is a sushi restaurant located on Omotesando avenue near Harajuku station, that combines elements of modern and traditional Japan. Although most sushi restaurants in Japan serve mainly nigiri types of sushi, this one specializes in sushi rolls (temaki sushi). Affordable and delicious, this is a must-try!
Garaku, a popular soup curry shop from Hokkaido opened its doors in April in the Nakano Broadway complex. This is the first Garaku ever opened in Tokyo, and people are going wild over this kind of curry packed with vegetables. Look at the pictures and you'll know why people queue for this curry!
With its tropical climate, Okinawa is the perfect place to enjoy sipping on good cocktails. The prefecture boasts some of the best bars and most original in the country. Here's a list of some popular bars in Okinawa you'll be glad you know about.
Jack 37 Burger is near the Kodenmacho in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. It serves some 30 burgers topped with bacon, cheese, guacamole eggs and a Malaysian spicy sauce that you are unlikely to find anywhere else! If you want a GREAT burger, this is the place!
The rainbow food trend started in Korea a few years back and now is hitting Japan! The rainbow grilled cheese sandwich is all the rage in Harajuku right now. Try it out at Le Shiner. They serve rainbow unicorn ice cream too.
Mazesoba is a very popular kind of soupless ramen in Japan. In Shimokitazawa you can try an original one that is made from a fusion of a Neapolitan pasta sauce and a Japanese seafood sauce. The result is really addictive! Here's about the popular new dish served at Mazesoba Ken in Shimokitazawa.
If you're looking to spend some good time in outstanding bars in the nightlife district of Nagasaki (around the port area and Shiambashi), these are five places that are often considered the best by many locals. They serve some of the best cocktails in town and each have their own special atmosphere.
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.
It's perhaps hard to imagine, but there's a bar in Tokyo that is operated by Buddhist monks! The place feels like a cross between a temple and a quaint Japanese bar. They serve original cocktails and drinks and side dishes that come from zen cuisine. A must-go!
This article gives you information on how to get to the observation deck of Mt Inasa. Includes information on access by ropeway, buses and their schedules, and taxi fares. We also included information on the restaurant in the observation tower