- Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.
If you love fruits, going to Takano Fruit Parlor in Shinjuku should be on your list of things to do in Tokyo. It serves quite possibly the best fruit parfaits in the city. Takano's desserts are renowned for being made with high-grade seasonal Japanese fruits. Here's a look inside!
Gyu Shige is an affordable yakiniku (Korean BBQ) chain that you won't have any trouble finding all over Japan, especially if you are in Tokyo. It serves assortments with lots of variety and a good about of meat from about ¥2,000. Here's more on this popular restaurant.
Moyan curry is an awesome curry house that originated in Shinjuku but now has branches all over Tokyo (in including in Shibuya, Ikebukuro, Shimbashi, and one store outside of the capital in Nagoya). Here's why the menu and why their curry is so popular!
There are so many good restaurants near the Tokyo Station Hotel that the problem is always which one to choose. Here are our five selection to make your life a bit easier.
This post contains info on the history of Yakatabune and where and how to enjoy them around Tokyo! You'll want to ride one after reading this!
Here's an article on the many genres of cafes in Tokyo and some of the very best places you should go to!
Sailor Moon Mega Fans Rejoice! There's Now A Sailor Moon Cafe In Tokyo (But For A Limited Time Only!)
Sailor Moon is a thoroughly entertaining Japanese anime that achieved worldwide popularity. If you want to get into the spirit again, you've got to go to this cafe while in Tokyo! The event is from December 8th, 2017 to January 7th, 2018. Here's the info, including the complete menu in English!
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.
The Palace Hotel Tokyo is a gourmet hot spot that boasts high-end acclaimed restaurants of international cuisine. Here are the best places to have a memorable meal near the hotel!
For the summer of 2018 in Japan, you'll be able to enjoy some new frozen drinks at Starbucks Cafes across the country. The Frozen Tea Grapefruit And Tomato and the Frozen Tea Herbal Lemonade were made possible thanks to a collaboration with Teavana. Here's what to expect.