Connoisseurs of yakitori agree that Edomasa is the real deal for an outstanding yakitori experience in Tokyo. The restaurant of long-standing serves succulent yakitori at a reasonable price too.
Okinawa soba is one of the soul foods for the people of Okinawa Japan, and one of the foods you must try while in Okinawa (or Tokyo!). What makes Okinawa's version of ramen special? read on to find out.
For something light, fresh-tasting and different, try Lemon Rice TOKYO's popular lemon rice bento. The shop is located just a 3-minute walk away from Shibuya station.
Ponzu is a Japanese sauce that is tart, umami-filled, and slightly salty. You might be wondering: What is ponzu made of? Is there a substitute? Can I make my own? Read on to learn more about ponzu and have all your questions answered! (A recipe is included at the bottom of the article)
Want to eat an overflowing bowl of delicious grilled pork (butadon)? Whether you're already a diehard butadon fan, or if you're curious to discover the deliciousness of the dish for the first time, you've got to head to 'Buta Daigaku' while you're in Shinjuku!
For some great ramen in Harajuku - that is also vegan! - try Noodle Stand Tokyo. It is one of the most famous ramen joints in Harajuku, all genres included.
Have you tried this new kind of tea that is all the rage in many parts of the world? You can now have it in Ebisu, Tokyo, at Comma Tea.
Have you had Japanese fried chicken (karaage) before? It's boneless, bite-sized, seasoned to perfection, and might just be the best fried chicken you'll ever eat. One of the best spots for karaage in Ginza is a restaurant called 'Chawari,' which serves customizable karaage and tea-based alcoholic drinks. Check it out!
For a nice evening of delicious yakitori in Ebisu, Nakameguro Iguchi PIN is absolutely outstanding. The atmosphere is perfect, and you can even have some fine meat sushi as well.
Look no further if you want some delectable French toast. Bistro Favori in Daikanyama is the place to go. Their carefully made French toast is beautifully presented, incredibly fluffy, and addictively delicious.
Looking for wagyu in Tokyo but don't want to pay a fortune? Then these five restaurants have some amazing options that are tasty, original and under ¥2,000!
Omurice is a popular Japanese dish that basically consists of a Japanese-style omelette on fried rice. A good place to try this simple, yet delicious dish is at little pool coffee in the Omotesando-Harajuku area.
For a fun evening in Shibuya, try one of these 10 izakaya-style restaurants serving excellent food and drinks, and that have the perfect izakaya atmosphere.
If you're a ramen head, this is one bowl of luxurious ramen that you've got to add to your to-eat list. The umami-filled bowl is topped with juicy sous vide-cooked duck and chicken chashu, delicious menma, and a big slice of premium wagyu that slowly melts into the soup. Yum.
Tokyo is the ultimate food destination in the world, and you've got questions: What should I eat in Tokyo? How much does it cost to dine out in Tokyo? Where should a foodie like me stay? These questions will be answered, along with our restaurant recommendations for the most popular types of Japanese food. Enjoy!
In Tokyo, the most famous restaurants are usually booked for months and incredibly expensive, but going into an unknown restaurant is unsettling. Don't worry! The sushi counters in this article all serve sushi delicious enough to merit fame, yet are still mostly unknown to tourists. Enjoy!
Tokyo-style 'edomae' sushi meets Hokkaido-style 'ezomae' sushi at 'Tanabe,' one of Sapporo's top sushi restaurants. Chef Watanabe was awarded 3 Michelin Stars in 2012 and continues to serve the same incredibly delicious sushi today. This is definitely one sushi restaurant you can't miss in Sapporo.
looking for a cozy, local spot to enjoy a fantastic Japanese kaiseki meal that's central yet off the beaten path? If so, head to Yotsuya in Tokyo to a small restaurant called 'Suzunari' to have a delicious and unforgettable meal.
The incredible yakitori that David Chang ate on an episode of the Netflix show 'Ugly Delicious' was at a restaurant called 'Masakichi.' However, the chef has since opened a new restaurant in a different part of Tokyo called 'Yakitori Kodama,' and that's the place to go if you want to try the chicken that made David Chang cry.
Japan has some interesting foods that every vegetarian should at least try while travelling or living in the country. Here are five of them that won't fail to impress.