- I've been traveling and eating my way around the world! Now I'm in Tokyo to share all my favourite spots! I spend my time traveling, surfing, hiking, camping and eating amazing food! My favourite Japanese food...Agedashi Tofu!
What to do when the Tokyo summer heat is beaming down on you? Head to the beach! A nice little day trip down to a pleasant little seaside town, Enoshima, is a perfect location to cool off and relax! Enoshima Beach offers plenty of things to do, including island adventures, sunbathing, surfing, eating local seafood, people watching, bar hopping, visiting the aquarium, unique temples, and just generally checking out the cool vibes of the beach town!
Nozawa Onsen is a small village in the Northern part of Nagano prefecture, Japan. If you've ever been to Japan in the winter or planning a trip here you might have come across the name, but for most it's been a pretty well-kept secret for decades! Come an enjoy traditional Japanese charm, mountain culture, and the healing hot springs in Nozawa Onsen!
You might have heard about Japanese-style burger chain Mos Burger. Since opening in 1972 the chain has grown a steady following both domestically and internationally with stores popping up almost everywhere. If you've never tried Mos Burger before you're definitely in for a treat on your next trip here... 'cos they are a must try in Tokyo and the rest of Japan!
Looking for a burger but with something a little special? Wendy's is back Japan in collaboration with First Kitchen to bring you you favourite burgers and much more! Now with several locations through out Japan, come get your burger fix and try out some the collaborative menu!
Think Taco Bell is same around the world? Think again! Taco Bell in Tokyo, Japan has a few little easter eggs just waiting to be discovered! Check out what kinds of things you can order at Taco Bell Japan!
Look out for the big red bowl! You won't find much else better than this! You can easily get a decent size meal for as little as 500 yen at Sukiya! They serve up Japanese-style meals fast food style - perfect for people on the run or struggling to find time to cook at home. Locations all across Japan!
Looking for other stuff to do in Tokyo? Take a little side trip to Jindaiji Temple in Tokyo's west. About an hour by train from Shinjuku is this small little town made famous by its temple and lesser known hand-made soba restaurants. Popular with locals on weekends, the soba produced in the area is all hand-made and extremely delicious! Put Jindaiji down on your itinerary now!
Craving a late night kebab but don't know where to go to get your hands on one? It doesn't matter where you go in the world, you can always count on a kebab joint to help you soak up some the drunken madness! Here's a round-up of the top 5 places to fulfill your kebab cravings in Tokyo!
Chanko nabe is a hot pot dish made famous amongst sumo wrestlers. It is a healthy, protein-rich dish with lots of seasonal vegetables. Some of the best chanko nabe is found in Tokyo. This dish isn't for the faint-hearted either, with each restaurant serving up volumes of food. Definitely go there on an empty stomach!
No need to use napkins 'cos you'll be lickin' your fingers after you eat Japan's version of deep-fried chicken. Here's 5 places to get these scrumptious little suckers into your belly!