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Summer is approaching, don't you feel like going on a bar hopping or drinking a beer with your friends? Check the following places for cheap and satisfying craft beer available in Tokyo!
Dotonbori is one of the most iconic areas in Osaka, Japan, and it is often featured in guidebooks or on social media. Yes, it's where the running Glico Man sign (a symbol of the city) and all the flashy 3D signboards are. Check the following places out to make your Dotonbori visit unforgettable!
Kyoto is famous for its Uji matcha tea, and there is a lot of cafes and restaurants where you can try matcha food and sweets in Uji, Kyoto. Here's the list of places you can go while you are exploring Uji!
Trying to figure out where to go for great sushi in Osaka? We're here to help. Here are 10 sushi high-end spots that won't disappoint. Several of them have even earned Michelin stars. Enjoy!
Omurice is a famous Japanese dish that traditionally consists of ketchup-flavored rice covered with an omelet. There are so many restaurants and cafes throughout Tokyo where you can eat omurice, so we've created a list of some of the best. Enjoy!
Did you know that Okonomiyaki is the soul food of Hiroshima? You might be wondering how it is different from Osaka's Okonomiyaki, so we will briefly what makes it special, plus introduce some of the best okonomiyaki restaurants in Hiroshima!
Located in the south part of Osaka, Namba is a lovely area to visit. You can stroll down Namba walk and try out some of Osaka's best restaurants. Here's a list of 12 outstanding places to have a meal, each featuring a different type of cuisine (except for okonomiyaki, for which we listed 2 shops).
Dotonbori is probably the most vibrant part of Osaka, and there you get to have lots of fun trying out street foods and good restaurants! Check out the following places so you don't miss any of Dotonbori's must-tries!
Most of you might have seen Nishiki Market on a guide book - but for those of you who don't have a guide book, this is for you! Nishiki Market is called "Kyoto's kitchen", which obviously tells us that they have really good food. Use this guide to make your Nishiki Market visit unforgettable!
Looking for amazing sushi in Kyoto? Then we have the best recommendations for your budget! We cover everything from super affordable kaiten sushi restaurants to high-end Michelin-starred traditional sushi bars.