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Check Out Dagashi Bar for All You Can Eat Japanese Snacks!

There are many nostalgic things in life that make us remember the good old times when we get to encounter them every now and then. The places we’ve been to when we were young, the toys we used to play with and even the snacks we once used to eat.   japazine.com/ Speaking of snacks,…

Rio Grande Brazilian BBQ: A Meat Lovers ‘All You Can Eat’ Heaven

If you’re feeling hungry and a bowl of ramen just won’t do or if you have a special event coming up then book a table at the Rio Grande and enjoy a Brazilian feast. Churrasco (Portuguese for barbecue) is meat cooked on skewers atop a charcoal stove and the custom, as is practiced at the…

Marukin Yakitori: The Cheapest All You can Eat and Drink Bar!

Eating out in Tokyo can be expensive but if you know the right places to go then you can get good food at a low price as well as a nomi-hodai (all you can drink) over a set time. A great place to have both is the yakitori (grilled chicken) chain Marukin which has branches…

Starbucks’ Secret Menu in Japan: 4 Delicious Recipes

With the introduction of Starbucks in Japan in 1996, it is truly undeniable how this coffee chain has made its mark in the country with over thousands of outlets nationwide. But, aside from the core menu that Starbucks offers worldwide, there some secret recipes that you can order in any Starbucks chain in Japan that…

The Most Unique, Must-Visit Starbucks Stores in Japan

Sometimes, it is not the coffee that attracts tourists to visit a Starbucks coffee chain but the remarkable unique architecture and design of the shop; and two of the many Starbucks branches in Japan that exhibit such remarkable feats are indeed worthy to be visited. Dark wood panels, Pantone-green accents, and chic and cozy seats…

5 Strangest Japanese Cafes and Bars You Never Knew Existed

If you thought cafes are only for drinking coffee, here is something to get you thinking… I’ve always thought that if there is any place where weird inventions come to life in this world, it most certainly is Japan. As I mentioned in my previous article, marketers in Japan seem to never run out of…

Easy to find Halal food in Japan

Halal food is eaten by those who follow the Muslim faith. Halal refers to food that adheres to the Islamic law written in the Koran. Outside of Muslim majority countries it can be difficult to find food that is halal. Now a new website can help Muslim visitors in Japan find delicious food! What is…

Pablo Cheesecakes: A National Culinary Treasure in Japan?

Cheese is undeniably a well-known food all over the world. It carries both merits and demerits, depending on the kind and quantity of cheese you consume. Living in Japan can give you an access to an extensive number and varieties of cheese. One of the places popularly known for its pastries and cheesecake is “Pablo.”…

Top 3 Places to Feed your Cake Addiction!

When you think of Japanese sweets, mochi rice cakes and colorful goodies that accompany tea probably spring to your mind. However, did you know that Japan also makes their cakes just as dainty, tasty, and gorgeous as well? Here is my list of the Top 3 places where you can fully indulge on your sweet…