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5 Things to Do in Kagurazaka, a District Overflowing with Tradition and Culture

Kagurazaka is a small central district of Tokyo that is relatively undiscovered compared to the tourist-packed surrounding areas of Shinjuku, Shibuya and Ueno. With a heavy French influence, the main street through Kagurazaka is brimming with French inspired cafés, restaurants and shops. However, the history of this area dates back to the Edo period and…

Will Ramen Nagi Set a New Japanese Trend with Their ‘Insect Tsukemen’ Noodles?

Do you like ramen (ラーメン)? How about ramen topped with deep-fried worms and crickets? It may sound a bit disgusting but it’s actually an enjoyable dish for those with a unique appetite. There are many countries around the globe where insects are eaten, including China, Thailand, Africa, Mexico and Australia. To incorporate this into the…

Love “Melon Pan”? Try This Unique Melon Bread Specialty Store in Kyushu!

Cachette (カシェット) is a melon bread specialty store in Fukuoka Prefecture (福岡県) in the Kyushu region (九州地方) that is only open on the weekends and holidays. If you love melon bread and would like to try various types, Cachette is the place to try. What is Melon Bread? Melon bread is a Japanese invention and…

Try These 4 Traditional Japanese Sweets at This “Wagashi” Shop in Tokyo!

Wagashi (和菓子) are traditional Japanese sweets that are usually enjoyed with a cup of warm green tea. There are many varieties, sizes, and flavors to choose from. Some are available all year round while some are only available during certain occasions. But wagashi are not just sweets; they are also considered an art form in…

Try This Stew Specialty Restaurant on the Shores of Lake Yamanaka

Casserole (煮込みシチューの店キャセロール) is a restaurant that specializes in slow-cooked stews. If you are looking for a place to grab lunch or dinner around Lake Yamanaka (山中湖) area in Yamanashi Prefecture (山梨県), I highly recommend dropping by Casserole! The Restaurant tabelog.com/ This calm, atmospherical restaurant serves stews made from strictly chosen ingredients and cooked over a…

Trick Your Friends with 5 Sweet Surprises From This Restaurant in Saitama!

Are you looking for a Japanese restaurant that is a little bit unusual? How about something that looks like one kind of food but turns out to be something completely different? Look no further than this quirky restaurant, where the meals aren’t quite what they seem! Unusual Food If you were to visit Baigetsudo (菓子工房…

Dine Like Royalty With This Event at Grand Hyatt Tokyo in Roppongi!

Russian aristocratic cuisine is not that common in Japan. Its character is derived from a diverse number of influences including Central Asian, Central European, and the Middle Eastern. Grand Hyatt Tokyo (グランドハイアット東京)’s French Kitchen (フレンチキッチン) has collaborated with the Mori Arts Center Gallery (森アーツセンターギャラリー) exhibition in serving a high-end Russian afternoon tea, which feels like…

Enjoy High-Class Cuisine at This New French Bistro in Tokyo!

Did you know that Japan is a place where you can find superb French cuisine? This is historically related to the country’s people, who actively sought to learn and emulate French food into their system. This kind of setting brought about the extensive affair between the Japanese culinary cuisine and French cuisine, and now, there…

Dining Out in Japan? Here Are 11 Useful Things That You Should Know

Today, I am going to introduce you to 11 useful things that you should know when it comes to having a meal in Japan or having a meal with your Japanese friends. From the moment you set foot in a restaurant until you leave, this article has got you covered! 1. Food sample sugoroku.osaka/ I…
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