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Daiso 300 yen opened ! New businesses and Japanese famous brands

Japanese brands always keep bringing us surprises, not only introducing new and interesting products, but also joining forces with other companies. Recently, many famous Japanese brands did some new changes, such as opening new types of stores or launching new product lines. Let’s check them now! 1. THREEPPY- a 300 yen DAISO View this post…

Want to Treat Yourself to a 3000 Dollar Japanese Beef Bento Box? Check This Out!

Many people know bento as an inexpensive quick lunch option that is perfect for working professionals, retirees, students, and many other people. You can easily find these lunch boxes pretty much anywhere in Japan, and there are many shops selling them in major cities abroad. Known for their taste and quality as well as their…

3 Ways to Enjoy Katsu, the Delicious Japanese Fried Food

When you travel to Japan, there’s no doubt that you will want to try as many local dishes as you can. The truth is that it’s impossible to sample all of the delicious and unique treats that the country has to offer in just a couple of weeks, but that is what makes the experience…

Looking For Delicious Vegan Food in Fukuoka? Check out These 3 Restaurants!

Fukuoka, located in the north of Kyushu, is famous for its yatai (屋台), or open-air food stands, but may not seem to have much to offer vegetarians and vegans at first glance. However, if you know where to look you can find some great plant-based options here! If you’re planning on visiting this vibrant city,…

Try Max-sized Japanese Fried Chicken at This Restaurant in Beppu, Oita Prefecture!

Oita Prefecture, on the southern island of Kyushu, is particularly popular for a variety of food which comes from the sea and mountains. Besides being blessed with hot springs, it is also known for its chicken karaage, a Japanese dish of chicken deep fried in oil. Many different establishments serve this dish but one particular…

Try These 4 Unique Japanese Cookery and Culture Courses in Osaka!

Do you want to learn and understand Japanese culture in a fun and delicious way? Sakura Cook is a Japanese cooking school in Osaka where you can learn the proper way to prepare and cook your favorite Japanese dishes, whilst at the same time learning about Japanese food, culture, and history. Because of the special…

Get to Know Japan’s Main 3 Convenience Stores for 24-Hour, High-Quality Needs

People who have been to Japan and have attested to the country’s impressive convenience store lineup aren’t exaggerating. Japanese convenience stores, or “konbini” in Japanese, have tons of surprises that will make your first, second, and perhaps even third visit a “wow moment” experience. The presence of these shops is no longer limited to urban…

5 Reasons Why Japanese 7-Elevens Are the Best in the World

Ah, yes, 7-Eleven – everyone’s go-to convenience store. It’s one of those businesses that successfully breached geographical borders and offer goods to anyone on-the-go. Whether it’s a quick bite or a disposable item, 7-Eleven just always seem to have the right item at the right time. Same goes for the branches in Japan – only…

On a Budget? Try These 5 Affordable and Delicious Foods in Japan!

If someone mentions Japanese food, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Sushi (寿司) and ramen (ラーメン) have already gained substantial popularity in some countries. Right now, I live in a European city where I can eat them at many Japanese restaurants. But, sometimes, I do miss the taste of Japanese food available only…

Check Out JR Kyushu’s Newest Sightseeing Train in Kumamoto, Japan!

JR Kyushu’s (九州) newest train makes its first trip this March and with it are tales of hope. Named after kingfishers local to the Kuma (球磨) region, the KAWASEMI YAMASEMI (かわせみ やませみ) is the first sightseeing train launched by JR Kyushu after the Kumamoto (熊本) earthquake in 2016 and is hoped to be a symbol…
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