Sushi Time is a brand new sushi restaurant next to Kyoto's famous Nishiki Market that serves a very unique kind of sushi. Not only is the sushi here shaped like a doughnut, but it's also certified as 100% halal, including the super-rare halal Kobe beef sushi! For anyone looking for yummy sushi in a fun atmosphere should give Sushi Time a try!
Nara is one of the most popular sightseeing places in Japan. There are many things to do and see, including beautiful temples, the giant Buddha statue, local deer, and traditional local food! Food is what we're interested in, so here is our list of Nara's must-try local specialties. Enjoy!
Osaka isn't known for its sushi like Tokyo is, but the city still has some really outstanding restaurants where world-class sushi can be found. One such place is at 'Sushi Hoshiyama,' a Michelin-starred sushi restaurant not too far from Osaka Station.
Looking to have a high-end Michelin-starred sushi experience in the heart of traditional Japan? Then Gion Sushi Tadayasu may be exactly what you're seeking.
Harukoma is one of Osaka's most popular sushi restaurants. They don't take reservations, so each day people line up outside to wait for a turn to fill their stomachs with cheap yet delicious sushi that is piled with neta (toppings). If you're looking for a satisfying yet extremely affordable sushi experience that isn't a big conveyor belt sushi chain, Harukoma can't be beaten!
'Kyoto Gatten' is a "Tempura Pub" restaurant in Kyoto that offers the chance to experience a wide variety of traditional Japanese foods and beverages all in one place! Starting this summer, the restaurant is offering a 'Matcha Experience,' included with lunch where guests can make their own matcha!