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Getting Over the Language Barrier

Before I left on my two month trip to Japan the #1 question I got from people back home was, “do you speak any Japanese?”. No, unfortunately, I do not. But I wasn’t going to let that stop me from taking an opportunity to work abroad. I tried to prepare by using language learning apps,…

Essential Tips on Eating Japanese Food the Proper Way

Japan has a wide variety of dishes that are well-loved by many people around the world. However, these foods come with common norms and customs which people should follow. Following local etiquette demonstrates manners and respect. These etiquettes are followed by using certain components, such as the proper way of sitting down, using chopsticks, and…
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Midori Sushi in Tokyo: Easy on the Pocket and Delicious!

There is no doubt that sushi is one of the most popular Japanese dishes in the country. Many Japanese people love this handmade specialty, and tourists and travelers have learned to love this dish more and more over the past few years too. Therefore, many tourists want to try Japanese sushi first-hand on their travels…

3 of The Best Sushi Restaurants in Tokyo for Fine Dining

Do you know that the emergence of sushi originally started in Southeast Asia? It became a way of preserving fish in fermented rice. It only came in Japan around the 8th century and was already widely seen in the Edo Period. Nowadays, sushi is sold almost anywhere in Japan and is considered a fast food…

19 Kyoto Sushi Restaurants You Must Visit!

Sushi is one of the most iconic Japanese foods known throughout the world. However, when you go to Japan you may discover that even though local sushi are a lot better than those served back home, their quality varies greatly. Here are the top 19 sushi restaurants that serve nothing but the very best food…

Dine in the Best Sushi Restaurants in the World, Tokyo

Hearing “The World’s Best Sushi Restaurant”, maybe you imagine a five-star luxury restaurant with spacious interior. However, Sukiyabashi Jiro is different. This is a rather small Sushi Bar located in the basement of an office building near Ginza station, with a modest wooden counter and only 10 tables in the entire establishment. The restaurant’s top…