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yakiniku

Where to Try Japanese Beef Yakiniku BBQ in Tokyo

Yakiniku, also known as Japanese barbecue, is one of several Japanese do-it-yourself collaborative culinary experiences. Just like shabu-shabu hot pot, or okonomiyaki savoury pancakes, you cook your meal on a table in front of you, just as you like it! It’s fun, great for showing off your grilling skills and perfect for gourmands who know…

Looking for an Affordable Stay at One of the Eight 5-Star Airports in the World?

Among Japan’s most popular cities frequented by tourists are Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. But aside from these areas, did you know that there is another city at the center of the main island of Japan that boasts wonderful people, delicious local food such as hitsumabushi and miso-katsu, and great sightseeing spots such as Nagoya Castle…

Get a Discount for Wearing High Heels at this Café Bar in Osaka!

Every pair of new shoes takes some time to break into, and nothing is more comfortable than wearing open flat shoes in summer. However, walking in high heels is considered to be an elegant footwear choice. For those who love wearing high heels, here’s an economic incentive for you! MyPlace (マイプレイス), a café and bar…

Have an Atmospheric Dining Experience Along a Narrow Alley in Kyoto!

When it comes to eating in Japan, dining doesn’t only happen in the open, wide streets. It happens in the alley, too! One of the most atmospheric dining places can be found in Kyoto. It is popularly called “Pontocho” (先斗町) which is a narrow alley lined with traditional-looking entrances. It is also home to many…

Splash out on Exquisitely Delicious Seafood with a View at Fish Bank Tokyo!

If you love all things seafood and would like plenty of quality dishes to choose from, then be sure to check out Fish Bank Tokyo in Shiodome City Center. This restaurant serves carefully selected fresh seafood from all over the world. The dishes on the menu have also been prepared in a using a modern…
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Enjoy Luxury Dining This Spring With the Various Special Menus at Park Hyatt Tokyo

Are you up for some luxurious dining this spring? Well, you’re in luck as Park Hyatt Tokyo, an elegant hotel located in Shinjuku district, will be offering menus that will allow guests to enjoy a variety of spring dishes. This promotional cuisine will be served in the following restaurants: Kozue, The Peak Lounge, Girandole and…

Kushikura Honten: Splash Out at a Fancy Izakaya in the Heart of Kyoto

What does the word ‘izakaya’ mean to you? For me, it conjures up an image of seedy backstreets, smoke congregating in wisps and billows around blinking street signs, salarymen in beer-stained business suits with cigarette-stained fingers gripping wooden sticks of skewered meat. An izakaya is a haven for the jabbering rabble – a noisy, alcohol-fuelled…

Roppongi Kaguwa: Dining with a Dance Showcase of Japan Through the Ages

There are few cabaret restaurants in Tokyo that provide a glimpse into Japan’s history channeled through modern dance. With an all-star cast of experienced dance performers, Kaguwa restaurant delivers a night of visual surprises. Situated in the heart of Roppongi, one of Tokyo’s entertainment districts, Kaguwa’s exterior looks like a traditional wooden shop with an…

Gucci Cafe: Luxury Dining in Ginza

Ginza is Japan’s high-end shopping district that houses popular brands like Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Chanel, Dior and many more. Ginza also houses quite a number of fine dining establishments and here I would like to present one of them. Some of you might be thinking that you can’t afford to dine in an expensive place…