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The Perfect Eating Itinerary for a Day Out in Tokyo

Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is a huge metropolis home to a charming blend of the historical and the innovative. The cleanliness and safety of the city as well as the multitude of things to do make it a desirable location to visit. Japan had over 28 million visitors in 2017 and that number is…

Live Like a Sumo Wrestler for an Evening at this Gorgeous Restaurant in Tokyo

Have you ever wondered what sumo wrestlers eat? Are you curious about what training grounds for sumo wrestlers look like? Then head over to Kappo Yoshiba and savor eating sumo wrestler’s staple food while appreciating the art of Japanese architecture and traditional sumo performances. Kappo Yoshiba (割烹 吉葉) kapou-yoshiba.jp/ Kappo Yoshiba has a long history…

Want Gourmet Meals but on a Budget? Try These 4 Restaurants in Tokyo

High-quality delicious food is not rare in Japan. You can find it almost anywhere. Different cities offer varieties of dining experiences ideal for gourmet enthusiasts. These are often frequented by gastronomes and food journalists who enjoy world-class cuisines and food tours. However, if you’re looking for the best places to eat gourmet food on a…

Heard of Black Chicken Sashimi? Know About Kagoshima’s Black Trio!

Kagoshima Prefecture boasts of having many delicious food items thanks to its flourishing agricultural industry and warm climate. Among the various delicacies which Kagoshima has to offer, have you heard of the “Black Trio” which are actually premium types of meat produced within the prefecture? Read on to find out more and try them for…

Experience Pure Seafood Extravagance at Restaurant Chikae in Fukuoka, Japan

When you’re living or travelling in a foreign country that so happens to feature your absolute favourite cuisine, sometimes you just have to say “what the hell, blow the cost” and really splash out on some top notch nosh. In Japan, there are countless restaurants that offer sushi, sashimi and other seafood dishes so delicious…

Try These 3 Tasty Treats on Pilgrim’s Island Shikoku

Of the four main islands in Japan, Shikoku is the smallest and least populated one. It is an island not only popular for temples associated with pilgrims but also for legendary traditional dishes which attract both local and foreign tourists. To name a few, here are three yummy delights that you should try if you…

Igokochiya: An Amazing Find for Delicious Sushi in Nara!

It was during the New Year holiday, almost every restaurant was closed and the two choice diners we had earmarked in our tourist book seemed not to exist anymore. Hungry and lacking in choice, we stumbled around the streets of Nara trying to find somewhere for lunch – by this point, any old thing would…

No More Spillage and Wastage: Powdered Soy Sauce is the Way to Go!

There are a variety of condiments in Japan that we can choose from that will match each and every individual’s personal taste. Wherever you are in the world, some foods have certain condiments accompanied with it to bring out the best flavor. Japan uses a variety of these condiments too, with some originating in Japan,…

Be Adventurous and Try These 3 Very Japanese Dishes Made with Squid!

Japan, despite being a relatively small country, is abundant with marine resources. Seafood plays a large role in the Japanese diet, and it is a common staple dish both at home and at different food establishments. Squid is one common seafood ingredient in Japan, with a variety of ways it can be served. Not everyone…

A Beach Adventure at Miurakaigan and Fresh Maguro at Misaki Port

Just a large stone’s throw away from Tokyo, Miurakaigan 三浦海岸 which literally means “three channel/bay shore” is one of the cleaner and quieter beaches that we have visited. It is slightly further down the peninsula than the Enoshima and Zushi stretch, but is still very accessible by train. It costs about ¥1000 and 1.5 hours…
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