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Are You Up for the Challenge? Try Some of the Spiciest Ramen in Tokyo!

The Japanese, in general, don’t tend to like spicy food as much as other countries. Indian and Korean restaurants sometimes “tone down” their level of spice to adhere to local tastes, and what restaurants warn as “spicy” usually tends to be quite mild. With the exception of Curry House CoCo Ichibanya, which does add a…

Visiting Kagoshima? Here Are 4 Activities You Should Try While You’re There!

The prefecture of Kagoshima, located in the far south of Kyushu, may not be the most well-known tourist destination in Japan but it certainly has a lot to offer visitors. Famous for its production of sweet potatoes, shochu, and green tea, Kagoshima is a friendly and welcoming place far removed from the hustle and bustle…

Craving Craft Beer in Kagoshima? Check Out These 2 Fantastic Bars!

Kagoshima is a delightful and friendly city in the south of Kyushu that is famous for its iconic active volcano, Sakurajima. It is also well known as a producer of Japanese shochu, and there are numerous stores stocked with beautifully decorated bottles of this traditional spirit. However, for those who prefer a cold glass of…

5 Cards That You Should Never Be Without in Japan

Point cards offer benefits and discounts to customers who are loyal to one business and frequently buy things at their stores. Nowadays, more and more companies and shops are utilizing their own point cards to encourage people to revisit their business and reap the benefits. Other times, cards can be used as shortcuts to pay…

Fancy Hiking in Fukuoka? Then You Have to Visit These 3 Beautiful Mountains!

One of the best things about Fukuoka is its close proximity to nature. If you’re looking for a scenic hike, there’s plenty on offer here, whether you’re a curious beginner or a seasoned hiker looking for a challenge. So if you feel like escaping the hustle and bustle of the city for a day, why…

Looking For Delicious Vegan Food in Fukuoka? Check out These 3 Restaurants!

Fukuoka, located in the north of Kyushu, is famous for its yatai (屋台), or open-air food stands, but may not seem to have much to offer vegetarians and vegans at first glance. However, if you know where to look you can find some great plant-based options here! If you’re planning on visiting this vibrant city,…

5 Great Things About the Autumn Season in Japan

Temperatures are fluctuating, the last of the annoying summer insects are dying out, and people are changing their light bed sheets for winter warmers and stocking up on blankets and fluffy slippers. Autumn has arrived in Japan! Although there are many things to love about summer – beach activities, summer festivities, and seasonal cooling drinks,…

3 Exciting Food Festivals in Tokyo This November 2017 That Foodies Shouldn’t Miss!

Japan is known for its delicious local cuisine as well as unique takes on international dishes. The Japanese take pride in food quality, appearance, and taste, and wherever you travel in Japan, you’re guaranteed to come across local dishes that are unique to their area. This country is also loved for its festivals; there always…