Beer Gardens in Japan are a seasonal event you can encounter in summer. Make sure to check out the 10 beer gardens in Tokyo for awesome beer.
Enjoy a perfect day, combining a sumo match and a fantastic izakaya meal in Ryogoku area. Here are 10 most recommended spots for a traditional Japanese meal!
Ryogoku is a district in Tokyo known for its Sumo culture. Check out the 10 best food finds in Ryogoku for yummy food.
Did you know that there are local Tokyo sake breweries? Tokyo Shoten is a small Japanese sake bar which let you try sake from breweries in Tokyo.
In the midst of Tokyo’s busy cityscape, Japanese gardens are the best corners to unwind should you need a change of pace and a breath of fresh air.
If you have time, visit these 10 amazing beer bars in Tokyo! You might discover a new drinking buddy and a new brand that will become your favorite!
Have you heard of Yokai? Yokai is a Japanese word to describe monsters and creatures that have been drawn in paintings from 12th Century. Yokai Exhibition “From Everything to Endearing: Yokai in the Arts of Japan” is held in Tokyo and Osaka, and lots of rare art pieces are exhibited. It’s a must...
Wagashi goes beyond sugar rush, it's almost an art form. Here are 15 recommended wagashi shops in Tokyo to sample the best traditional Japanese sweets.
Chanko nabe originally known as a Japanese one-pot dish/ hotpot commonly eaten by sumo wrestlers. Here is the list of 5 Chanko Nabe restaurants that I’m sure you’d love it!
You might not think that some burgers in Tokyo are very high-quality. Check this list of 10 recommended hamburgers in Tokyo that sure fulfill your burger crave.
Tonkatsu, fried pork, is one of the most beloved “western style” Japanese food. I recommend these 5 tonkatsu restaurants for the best tonkatsu experience in Tokyo.