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The Very Best Okonomiyaki Restaurants In Tokyo! Who Said Osaka Was The Only Place To Have Amazing Okonomiyaki?!
Okonomiyaki (a kind of Japanese savory pancake) is unquestionably Osaka's very own soul food. However, the dish is popular all over Japan and you can also have amazing okonomiyaki in Tokyo as well. Here are the places that are truly outstanding in Japan's capital.
Best Restaurants in Shibuya, Tokyo: 7 Places That Will Make You Discover Different Genres of The Best Japanese Cuisine
If you are wandering in Shibuya and you feel like having something to eat, that is reasonably priced and of outstanding taste, make sure to try these restaurants! This is a selection of various types of Japanese cuisine that most people love. You can have a wide variety of amazing food in Shibuya, one of Tokyo's busiest area!
Here's a list of exceptionally good and affordable Jingisukan (a lamb type of Japanese BBQ) restaurant in Tokyo. Among the nearly 150 restaurants serving Hokkaido's soul food, these are really worth the go!
Shinjuku has everything in terms of food, including some of the best yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) restaurants in the city. Here are 5 places that locals rave about and that visitors love to try!
Hard Rock Cafe has two popular locations in Tokyo. They are great places to enjoy excellent greasy American cuisine and having fun drinks with friends for any occasion.
Thinking of heading up north in Japan in February? If so, don't stop at Sapporo, go a little further north to enjoy another great winter festival: the Asahikawa Winter Festival. Great food, the biggest snow sculpture in the world and world-class ice statues await you!
Ohori Park is a beautiful urban oasis located in the heart of Fukuoka. It is beloved by the residents of the city and perhaps the most popular sight-seeing spot in the city. Here is more on Fukuoka's famous park!
Want a traditional taste of Japan? If so, you must try ohagi, a dessert that's still popular today and that people in Japan often associate with their grandmother's cooking. A true comfort food that goes well with green tea!
Here's a recipe for "anko". Anko is the sweet red bean paste you'll need to make a wide variety of Japanese traditional desserts. It's quite easy to make and requires just two ingredients: sugar and adzuki beans. Here's how it's done!
In Japan, a country where gender inequality is among the highest in the industrialized world, International Women's Day on March 8th goes by largely unnoticed. "Pocky Day", on the other hand, has become a hugely popular unofficial national day of celebration for the famous Japanese chocolate sticks made by the food company Glico headquartered in Osaka.