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Going on a trip to Tokyo, or basically, to any place in Japan, wouldn’t be complete without trying out some of the best, exquisite dishes the area has to offer. From the widely popular sushi (寿司) and ramen (ラーメン) to Japan’s unique variation in tea, coffee, and chocolates, having...

There is an abundance of cafes in Japan that serve delicious pastries. From pies to cakes to bread, you name it, they have it. MATSUNOSUKE (松之助) is one of those cafes. With three branches across Japan, specifically, one in Tokyo and two in Kyoto, a visit to their cafes...

Who doesn’t like sweets? Even people who are following strict diet plans by pledging to consume minimal sweets sometimes fall weak before a hoard of delectable sweet delights. There are just times when we crave for sweets. And once again, Japan gives us one of its over-the-top services catering to...

Japan's love for ramen noodles is evident at different times and different places. It is one of the country's well-loved comfort foods. It has even spread far and wide throughout the world. There are so many restaurants in the country igniting people with unique ramen experience in which many...

Chinese food is popular with locals and expats alike in Japan, and where better to get some delicious Chinese grub than at a branch of the popular Dumpling King chain? You can find a Dumpling King (餃子の王将) in almost every prefecture in Japan and their popularity is evident through...

Did you know that there is a new kind of bread that is becoming extremely popular in Japan? Salt bread has recently been featured very often on television due to its simple yet unique flavor. Salt bread or salt rolls are mainly made from salt, butter, and flour and...

Have you ever heard of butter cakes? Because if you haven’t, you’re missing out on this delicious type of cake that is becoming popular in Japan. They are basically pound cakes that have a very high concentration of butter mixed into the batter. taspy.jp/ The fun thing about butter cakes...

So you're a dog lover? If you're planning to move to Japan, you may be disappointed to learn that most Japanese apartments are not pet-friendly. It's tough being a dogless dog lover. However, there are some cafes where you can play with the cafe owners’ dogs. You get to...

Have you ever wondered how it would feel like to go to a Japanese Elementary School? While a full-grown foreign adult may not know the experience, wearing a yellow cap on your head and a randoseru (backpack) on your back were the main points that we've always seen. 6nen4kumi.com/ What happens...

If you live in Japan and have kids of your own (or you're a kid at heart), you're sure to know how big of a hit the Yokai Watch franchise is with little kids in the country. Dubbed as the second Pokémon of this generation, Yokai Watch has kids...

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