If you are looking for some of the best bars the city of Yokohama has to offer this list is for you. These bars are classics. You can enjoy sublime original cocktails, whiskeys and many other drinks in classy, relaxing quaint ambiance.
Ginza has a high concentration of luxurious stores and restaurants. It is renown for its fine dining and for its high-end shopping areas. While wandering the streets of Ginza, here are the places you definitely need to try, all price ranges included (from cheapest to most expensive).
Contrary to a popular belief outside of Japan, kani is not imitation crab meat, it's the Japanese word for real crab. This article clarifies a few misconceptions about kani and presents how real kani is used in Japan.
Hokkaido milk tea has become quite popular around the world in recent years. This article presents how milk tea is made in Japan, and also introduces some well-knowns tea shops in Tokyo that serve the famous drink!
Whether it's weekend brunch or weekday breakfast, here are the best possible places to have breakfast in Ebisu. Pancakes, French toast or maybe fruit salad? No worries, we got you covered! Check out our list.
At an 8-minute walk from the Nakano Station, Menya Hashimoto serves ramen made with an excellent balance of meat and fish broth. Some people say they could eat it every day. Find out more about this popular ramen joint you should try when you are in Nakano, Tokyo.
Right next to Ebisu Station's West entrance is the Ebisu Food Hall. There you will find the Poke's Fish Market, a restaurant specialized in poke bowls!
Here is the list of the most amazing breakfast and brunch joints in Roppongi. The only downside of these restos is that they're so good, you'll crave them every day after your trip to Tokyo!
Only from May 16th to June 30th at Menya Musashi Iwatora in Ginza, you can try the limited time menu "tsukebab 2018" (Kebab x Tsukemen x cheese)!
Only 3 minutes from Hibiya Station, Cafe Benisica, is an old cafe that's been around since 1957. You can have pizza toast as it was originally served when it first arrived in Japan! You should also try the "devil's flames" which is an incredible drink which is made surrounded by fire!
Garaku, a popular soup curry shop from Hokkaido opened its doors in April in the Nakano Broadway complex. This is the first Garaku ever opened in Tokyo, and people are going wild over this kind of curry packed with vegetables. Look at the pictures and you'll know why people queue for this curry!
Tanaka Sobaten in Akihabara is 5 minutes away from Suehirocho Station on the Ginza Line. The restaurant serves a Kikata ramen-style broth made with pork belly. This time, we came to try the 160g meat ramen. It is served about 100 times a day, it's just that popular.
With its tropical climate, Okinawa is the perfect place to enjoy sipping on good cocktails. The prefecture boasts some of the best bars and most original in the country. Here's a list of some popular bars in Okinawa you'll be glad you know about.
Okinawa is known for its longevity, in fact, it has the highest number of centenarians in the world. Their lifestyle, eating habits and Okinawa tea are the reasons people have such long life expectancies. You should try some Okinawa tea in Okinawa, you can also bring some back for your loved ones.
Here are the most talked about sushi restaurants in Tokushima, from conveyor belt sushi to high-end sushi restaurants, you will find the perfect place to go and have delicious sushi!
The rainbow food trend started in Korea a few years back and now is hitting Japan! The rainbow grilled cheese sandwich is all the rage in Harajuku right now. Try it out at Le Shiner. They serve rainbow unicorn ice cream too.
Here are the restos to check out in Kawasaki. You can choose from German craft beer, burritos, pasta and pizza, Indian cuisine and sushi! Have an enjoyable dining experience!
Jack 37 Burger is near the Kodenmacho in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. It serves some 30 burgers topped with bacon, cheese, guacamole eggs and a Malaysian spicy sauce that you are unlikely to find anywhere else! If you want a GREAT burger, this is the place!
When travelling in Kawasaki, be sure to check out these amazing cafes where you can have great coffee, tasty desserts, and even a consistent meal. The atmosphere is also relaxing so you'll want to stay and talk the day away with your friends, family or date.
Mazesoba is a very popular kind of soupless ramen in Japan. In Shimokitazawa you can try an original one that is made from a fusion of a Neapolitan pasta sauce and a Japanese seafood sauce. The result is really addictive! Here's about the popular new dish served at Mazesoba Ken in Shimokitazawa.