Red Bar Shibuya is an awesome and unique bar you absolutely need to check out while travelling through Tokyo. You've definitely never seen anything like it!
If you want to have something filling and tasty without breaking the bank, drop by Saffron in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. The best part is that it's also Halal!
The little coffee shop in Asakusa rose to world fame after Kantaro, the character from "Kantaro, the Sweet Tooth Salaryman" tasted their perfect pancake.
The restaurant is famous for its "tapas style"; in Japanese known as Kappo-ryori, kaiseki's less formal relative.
Yoshiya in Shinjuku, Tokyo is a welcoming restaurant which allows a wider range of people to enjoy delicious Kyoto cuisine. Although the restaurant is not entirely Halal, they do have Halal and vegetarian options.
The little jazz club in Shibuya has hordes of fans from all over the world. Find out why!
From January 29th at Square Enix' e-store, there is a raffle for the Kingdom Hearts III concert tickets!
Motsunabe might not be your thing, but if you haven't had it yet, you should try it at Motsunabe Ichifuji! Their miso motsunabe just might you change your mind! It's a great place to have a nice dinner and some drinks with your friends.
Here is a list of 5 Michelin starred restaurants in Tokyo where you can enjoy a surprisingly affordable meal. Most of the restaurants start at just ¥1,000!
Carne Staton is a Korean BBQ buffet, perfect for big groups and meat lovers, with reasonable price in the fancy neighborhood of Ginza.
Vegetable sushi isn't very common in Tokyo. Sure you can get the standard avocado or cucumber maki virtually anywhere, but for some more original items, try one of these three restaurants!
Wagyu Yakiniku Blackhole has three different locations in Shinjuku alone. They serve amazing Japanese beef in a cool and modern setting, Be sure to check it out!
A favorite among the travelers, Hippari Dako is the perfect place to take a break from sightseeing and have a cheap, delicious meal.
Looking for the most exquisite restaurants in Tokyo? These are five iconic restaurants that are among the very best in their own genre.
Yakiniku Toraji in Shinjuku, Tokyo is an elegant and modern yakiniku restaurant. Although it is in a busy entertainment district, the restaurant will give you a break from Tokyo's high-paced lifestyle. Here, you can have high-end yakiniku without breaking the bank.
Eating some outstanding food in Tokyo doesn't have to cost you more than ¥3,000. Here are some highly reputable restaurants where you enjoy incredible cuisine for cheap!
Ramen is a Japanese staple, but unfortunately, it is often made with pork broth making it is unsuitable for Muslim patrons. To counter that, Ramen Honolulu developed their own Halal ramen and now have many branches across Japan, including one in Osaka.
Akihabara is not exactly a gourmet spot but the offbeat district does boast a few noteworthy restaurants and types of foods to discover. Here they are!
As dearly anticipated, the sakura season is slowly arriving upon us and so are Starbucks' seasonal sakura drinks. This year, both will arrive earlier than usual. Along with the sakura drinks, Starbucks also came up with some pleasant mugs and tumblers. Available from February 15th, 2019
This gem of a restaurant will mesmerize you with the incredible care for details, the harmonious and perfect blend of tastes and textures, and the incredible hospitality.