- Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.
Japanese people love Italian cuisine! Tomato-based dishes, pasta dishes, risottos and many other types of dishes can be found accross the country at fine restaurants. And of course, pizza is another staple! Read on to discover 5 amazing restaurants where you can eat some of Japan's finest pizzas in Fukuoka.
It's frappuccino season at Starbucks and this week's new comer is the delicious Cherry and Cholate Chip one. Don't miss out! Available only for a limited time.
Tonkatsu is a very popular dish in Japan that isn't so well-known outside of the country. It consists of breaded deep-fried pork cutlets cut into slices! Most people who aren't familiar with it tend to love this dish! A definite must-try!
Ginza is known for its chic boutiques and expensive restaurants. However, there are some ramen joints that are amazingly good, original, and not at Ginza-esque prices! You should definitely try these 5 selected restaurants!
The Nagasaki Kunchi is the most famous festival in Nagasaki. It is a vibrant and exciting showcase of Japanese traditions and intercultural exchanges Nagasaki is famous for.
The Hakata Gion Yamasaka is a hugely popular float festival that attracts approximately 1 million spectators every year in Fukuoka City. The festival has a 750-year history and is one of Fukuoka's most prominent. Read on to discover what makes this event so great!
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!
Tokyo's famous Harajuku district, known primarily for it's eccentric fashion, has also become a popular spot for crepe lovers. Unlike the traditional French crepe, the sweet treat of Harajuku is served tightly wrapped filled with a variety of ingredients such as whipped cream, fruits and chunks of cake.
For people who have food allergies or for those who are simply following diets, here are some excellent gluten free restaurants and cafes in Tokyo you should try!
If you're looking for things to do in Akasaka, Tokyo, going to the ninja restaurant should be something to consider. Not only do you get a good ninja show, but the food is great too!