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5 Restaurants and Bars for a Great Evening Out in Lesser-Known Meguro Ward, Tokyo

What’s the first place that comes to mind when someone mentions an evening out in Tokyo? No doubt you might think of Ueno’s street food and izakayas, Shibuya’s nightclubs, or Shinjuku’s red light district. These areas, among others, are definitely great places to hang out in Tokyo. However, at the weekends, these places can get…

Grab a 500 Yen Lunch at this Nepalese Restaurant in Tokyo

Tokyo is home to many different types of cuisines. Aside from Japanese street food, izakaya pub snacks, and traditional delicacies, restaurants from all over the world have sprung up in cities and towns around the country for several decades and are greatly loved by locals and visitors alike. Popular countries’ foods in Japan include Italian,…

Have a Campfire Side Meal in Tokyo at this Grill in Jiyugaoka

Have you ever wished that you could enjoy a campfire meal without the hassle of preparing an actual campfire or going out into the woods? If so, The Banff might be the cafe for you. About The Banff If it’s somewhere you’re familiar with you may have guessed that The Banff is named after the…

Have You Heard of This Traditional Japanese Tea House Hidden in Tokyo?

If you think you’ve explored everything Tokyo (東京) has to offer, think again. There’s a place in Jiyugaoka (自由が丘) that is literally hidden from the public eye but could make your jaw drop, especially if traditional Japan is your thing. Kosoan (古桑庵), a tea house, is a real hidden treasure which is open to guests…

Ghouls, Get Ready! A Tokyo Ghoul Cafe Will Be Coming to Tokyo for a Limited Time!

If you’re a fan of the Tokyo Ghoul (東京喰種) series, then you surely already have a hint what this article will be about just by reading the title. That’s right! The internationally popular Tokyo Ghoul will be opening its very own cafe serving Anteiku’s (あんていく) menu right in Tokyo (東京) for a limited time! Tokyo…

Sip a Cup of Coffee and Relax at These 3 Coffee Shops in Ota, Tokyo

Japan might be better known for tea, but it is also becoming a great destination for coffee lovers. Coffee products are just within arm’s reach anywhere in the country and coffee shops abound in limitless permutations. As a matter of fact, Japan is considered to be one of the largest consumers of coffee around the…

This Cafe’s Homemade Bread and Soups in Tokyo Will Warm and Fill You Up

Are you looking for a place to enjoy a filling, cozy breakfast with delicious soup and bread? Then you better check out potage! potage is, as the name suggests, a potage (a thick soup) specialty restaurant that serves bouillon-based vegetable soups, homemade bread, and handmade baked sweets. potage View this post on Instagram . 🚃奥沢駅…

Taste Some of the Best Custard Puddings at This Specialty Store in Tokyo

Have you ever wondered what custard pudding might taste like if a chef well-versed in French cuisine took a shot at it? At Purin-ya BATON (ぷりん屋BATON), you can taste this mousse-like angelic dessert, perfected by a French chef. Purin-ya BATON Located in Okachimachi (御徒町) in Tokyo (東京), Purin-ya BATON is a specialty store that sells…
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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…

Don’t Miss This Coffee and Cheese Roll Specialty Cafe in Ikebukuro!

Pão de queijo, (ポンデケージョ), or cheese buns, are types of cheese-based buns that originated in Brazil. Their doughy and fluffy texture has made them extremely popular in Japan as Japanese people seem to have a thing for foods that are textured similarly to mochi. There is a pão de queijo specialty bakery in Ikebukuro (池袋)…