- Japanese food culture enthusiast. Love to explore new areas and discover local specialties.
In Nakano, there is a pub called Beer Daigaku (麦酒大学), or Beer College, that serves 13 different kinds of beer that come exactly from the same cask! Their secret to making it different is all in the way it is poured! Find out more about this interesting pub in Nakano, Tokyo.
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.
Looking for good shabu shabu in Shibuya? Check out these 5 selected restaurants that are within an 8-minute walking distance from the Shibuya Station.
If you are looking for some of the most popular street foods you can find in Tokyo, here is a list for you! I also include links to the best places to find them!
Okonomiyaki has an amazing food culture that you should discover while you are there. Must eat foods include okonomiyaki, oysters, ramen, and broiled eel dishes.
Information on where to have the very best yakitori, yakiniku (horumon), sushi bowls, parfaits, and ramen in Shinjuku.
This article presents the 5 types of Japanese soy sauce and what dishes you can make with them.
McDonald's in Japan offers some unusual and sometimes straight-up wacky Japan-only items! Check out this list to see what's so different about McDonald's in Japan! Here's what you'll find at a McDonald's in Japan and the prices!
Japan has countless special festivals and traditions that occur in the spring. Read through this article to get ideas of how to get the most of Japan from March to May.
Japanese curry is one of the best comfort dishes you can possibly imagine. Unfortunately, the powder mix to make it is not always available if you live outside of Japan. So here is a recipe for it that uses spices you are probably familiar with! I've also included a basic recipe for you to make the curry. Japanese curry made from scratch with no additives and MSGs.