Who would have thought that pancakes will gain so much popularity in Japan? Harajuku is not an exception to this rule, and you’ll find countless numbers of cafes that specialize on this western dessert. Find your favorite pancake place!
Yakiniku is the art of grilling meat in Japanese style. If you like Yakiniku, visit these 10 restaurants in Tokyo that will impress you.
Roppongi is ever changing and never cease to amaze people. It is a well-known entertainment and nightlife district and caters to a wide range of people. You won’t miss out on the latest fashion trends and of course, delicious food. Sushi is one of the luxury foods in Japan, and some people go ou...
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.
TOKYO KOSORA is a typical Japanese rooftop beer garden in Shinjuku! Japanese beer garden is very special because it is limited during summer.
Shinjuku is a center of dining, shopping, and entertainment in Tokyo. For those who want to have a night to remember, visit these 10 places to enjoy a delightful dinner in Shinjuku.
Harajuku is the area that surrounds the Harajuku Station up to Omotesando and Aoyama area. It is also home to many lively festivals that can be observed all year round.
Contrary to popular belief, curries were not invented in Japan. It was introduced by the British during the Meiji Era, and the Japanese find it to their liking. In fact, even today curry is one of Japan’s most iconic dish. It has undergone years of tempering and gave birth to different curry rec...
Did you know that KitKat is very popular in Japan? No one had anticipated that this simple chocolate wafer snack would create a nationwide sensation and you can find various unique flavors that you have never seen. Visit these places and fall in love with the different flavors that can only be fo...
Whenever Asakusa is mentioned, the first thing that comes to people’s minds is Sensoji temple, Nakamise Dori, Tokyo Sky Tree and other tourist attractions. However, these are not the only things that you will find in the city, Asakusa is also well-known for its delicious local delicacies! Find yo...
Izakaya has been around for a very long time in Japan and is a favorite hangout place for people who love to drink alcoholic drinks. Today, many izakayas still retain their traditional dishes and drinks; but opted to be more flexible when it comes to introducing new items on their menu. After a ...
Omurice is a very popular dish in Japan. It is omelette filled with fried rice and topped with ketchup. Here are the best 10 places to enjoy delicious Omurice in Tokyo.
Tokyo Sushi-Making Tour offers an amazing sushi class in Kitasenju, eastern Tokyo. Why don’t you join and become a sushi chef when you are in Japan?
Summer in Tokyo is extremely hot and we avoid going out for a long time during the day. If you are doing that, you should carry a bottle of water to avoid getting heatstroke. UNIQLO's product AIRISM is very comfortable wear. I am not sure if you can find in your country but you can find in any UN...
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Shinjuku is known as the busiest railway station in the world. But, did you know that there are also many delicious foods that await those who are willing to explore its busy streets?
Hub Japan team went to a sake bar with Jay and Sarah from New York! Hub Japan makes travelers able to socialize with local Japanese in Japan.
When going on a shopping spree in Tokyo, do not miss out on its weekend flea market events. Have fun hunting for bargains and unique finds!
Akihabara is very fun area if you like anime or video games. There are hundreds of second hand video games and anime DVD stores, so local people mostly enjoy shopping for those stuffs. A friend of mine who came from Canada said she is going to look for specific video game software in Akihabara. T...
Geisha are the traditional entertainers in Japan that are well loved by the locals and foreigners alike. Visit these places if you want to catch a glimpse of these elusive ladies.