Tokyo has been a popular tourist destination with a buzzing day and nightlife providing attractions to all ages, but does it really worth visiting?
Mochi is one of Japan’s most loved treats comes with various shapes and flavors. I recommend these 10 places for the best mochi experience in Tokyo.
A guide to finding ramen restaurants in Shinjuku for lunch or dinner break of your sightseeing!
If you are planning to travel around in Japan, do not miss out the opportunity to visit the countryside. Here are 4 reasons for visiting rural areas in Japan.
Tokyo Tower is one of the most significant symbols of Tokyo and Japan. But do you know what other things can you do besides sightseeing at Tokyo Tower?
Yamagata prefecture is surrounded by Mogami River, Mt. Chokai and The Sea of Japan, which produced many many delicious foods to the land. I picked up best five foods that I want everyone to try. 1. Cold ramen at “Sakaeya Honten” Yamagata is located in the northern part of Japan, but because the ...
Are you a music lover? In Japan, there are lots of music festivals held in summer. The festivals are usually held in a huge park or field, which combines the fun of being outdoor and surrounded by music. Here are top 5 recommended music festivals in Japan!
Here comes summer! The time for fireworks festivals in Japan. From the end of July to August, fireworks festivals are held almost every weekend in different parts of Japan. In this article, I will introduce best 10 fireworks festivals held in and around Tokyo. Visit one of them to enjoy summer li...
Love for deep-fried food is universal and in Japan, it is clearly manifested in the nation’s beloved Tonkatsu, a dish of deep-fried pork cutlets. Here are best 10 tonkatsu specialized restaurants in Shinjuku you should check out.
In Japan, sashimi is more than just fish and seafood. Most popular ones are Basashi (horse meat) and Torisashi (chicken meat). Find a place to try unusual sashimi in Tokyo.
There’s something about charcoal-grilled meat that’s highly addictive, and when you put them on sticks, they become so much better. In Japan, they call this Yakitori. Strictly speaking, it only refers to chicken meat and Kushiyaki is the appropriate term for a broader class of meat skewers. Howe...