- Coffee addict. Often hangs around with friends and family for great foods, desserts and cafes.
A classy steakhouse in Grand Hyatt Tokyo located in Roppongi. The Oak Door serves premium steaks such Tomahawk and Wagyu in oak-wood-burning ovens. It has an amazing environment that is great for parties and is also kids-friendly. Bon appetit!
Searching for authentic barbecue (BBQ) in Japan? SMOKEHOUSE has the best American-style. It is located right at the center of Tokyo, on Cat Street in Shibuya.
Do you have a pancake craving? No worries! You can enjoy delicious pancakes at this chain cafe: Uzna Omom. Each branch has a unique interior and a special menu.
*Snap* #cafe and posted! - Is a trend to upload a picture of what you are doing to Instagram to share the joy with others. Here is a cafe worth going for your photo album. It is located in the Jujo Ginza shopping arcade.
At CICADA, you can enjoy a wide range of authentic Mediterranean cuisines from Moroccan to Portuguese to Italian. The atmosphere of the restaurant is great for families and friends, as well as corporate events.
The famous Tsujiri brand is now making a matcha-flavored yatsuhashi, a type of wagashi (traditional Japanese dessert) that is basically a rice dumpling stuffed with red bean paste and folded in a triangular shape. This type of wagashi is available in various flavors. Yatsuhashi has the perfect amount of chewiness and goes perfectly with green tea.
Malaysia is often known as the heaven of delicacies thanks to its diverse cultural background. Going from city to another, the uniqueness in the way dishes are prepared is surely something you cannot miss. Spicy or sweet to the taste, food in Malaysia is usually served as rice or noodles. It is often said that a visit to Malaysia is never complete until you had tried cendol; a refreshing dessert made with shredded ice, topped with green rice jelly and red bean with sweetened syrup and coconut milk. This alone will surely satisfy your cravings!
Sugamo Station is best known as Harajuku for seniors. There is a street called Jizo-Dori, often nicknamed as the “Omotesando for grannies” or the “Grandmothers’ Harajuku”. Charentaise slippers and huge red panties are the trends there. Another thing that is famous in Sugamo is the delicious ramen!
Have you ever thought of eating a slice of pizza as big as a person's face? In spite of the size, the price of that pizza is decent and you'll feel full after one slice. Most of all, it's New York style pizza! Feeling hungry now?
Have you always been curious about why there is such a long queue when you pass in front of Gyozaro in Harajuku? Well, the answer is simply that it has amazing gyoza! Here is more on the famous shop.