What is Korean BBQ, where to have it in Tokyo and what are the latest food trends to try!!
Who doesn't like yakitori, especially when its cheap! Here are five restaurants in Tokyo that are well-known for their great quality yet that won't cost you over ¥4,000 for an evening dinner with drinks.
Here's a basic guide for ordering in Japanese with the most popular Japanese foods! Cheers!
How about going to a public bath at 4 in the morning? Or hanging out with locals outside the mainstream neighborhoods? Perhaps bowling until dawn? Check out these fun tips to enjoy Tokyo's nightlife like a local!
If you've ever been curious about Japan's beer history and how it ties to the current market, you can learn about Japan's beer history here.
Tokyo never sleeps and neither will you when you dive into its incredibly diverse nightlife! There's something for every taste and every mood. Take your pick and have fun!
Ota Wholesale Market is the largest market in Japan. It's open to the public and free. You'll be blown away by the sheer size and bustle of this place.
Here are 5 of the best addresses in Tokyo for cheesecake. Some are take-out bakeries while others are beautiful cafes where you can spend some relaxing time.
Looking for some great pizza in Shinjuku? You should have a look at these popular pizzerias! Most of them serve wood oven baked Neapolitan pizza.
Whether you use film, digital or even just your phone, Tokyo is a paradise for street photographers. Here are some of the best spots to get great shots.
You think you know mushrooms until you come to Japan! There are so many varieties and even more ways to enjoy them. Let's find out what are the health benefits of eating mushrooms and how they can be prepared!
Looking for a hearty cheeseburger? Then head to Kabukicho if you happen to be in Shinjuku! There you'll find a new restaurant called Shogun Burger serving some of Tokyo's heartiest burgers!
Asakusa is full of things to do! Temples, shops, festivals. And you can do it all on foot! While you walk around, why not have a quick stop and get yourself some cheap tempura? Perfect!
From super high-end to themed restaurants, Tokyo has it all. How about trying foods that look like a flower bouquet, eating inside a temari ball and meeting the star of a documentary? Take your pick!
For figurines, mangas, toys and more, check out Akihabara's Flea Market under the railroad tracks near the Akihabara Station. It's held every weekend and on national holidays!
Smart Illumination Yokohama features beautiful modern light displays on the waterfront of Yokohama. The event starts in late fall and some installations are kept until the end of the year.
These are the best restaurants to have great okonomiyaki within a 10-minute walk from the Kyoto Station.
Looking for some great tempura in Tokyo that won't break the bank? If so, these 5 restaurants are for you to discover!
Good news for fans of the World Drigger Anime! The series will become the theme of a cafe in Harajuku, Tokyo, for a limited time from Dec. 14, 2018 to Jan. 27, 2019.
Sangenjaya has a yokocho, an area of back alleys, that is really worth the go! Here is an area guide of this famous spot called Sankaku Chitai.