No Christmas date? No problem! We’ve found one of Japan’s cheapest Christmas dinners at Italian chain, Saizeriya.
Food & Drink
As is our longstanding tradition, we took a 10,000 yen bill to another Japanese fast food joint to see what kind of culinary monstrosity we could make.
Mr. Sato tracks down a rice omelet unlike any he had ever seen before at a small French cafe in Tokyo’s Koenji.
If you’re a fan of McDonald’s Japan, you might be sad to learn that your favorite item may be the staff’s worst nightmare.
Now, this is certainly unlike any curry we’ve seen before!
Get a glimpse of how one of Japan’s delicacies, the poisonous fugu fish, is traded at auction!
You’ll definitely want to give these paw-shaped fish cakes a squish before you bite into them!
While most people associate curry with India, it might be surprising to learn that it is a big deal in Japan as well. “How big?” you ask?
No longer just a ball of tears, the Smile Ball is here to change the way you think about onions.
The beloved Japanese food sushi is often thought to be dauntingly difficult to make, so can one of our reporters figure it out with a little help from the pros?
Oh, golden corn, how sweet you are — but you’re even sweeter as this new soft serve ice cream on grilled corn from Dominque Ansel Bakery Japan!
Because the “Create Your Taste” service isn’t available at McDonald’s Japan (yet).
Can you bear to bite down into these desserts?
Not as bold a combination as chocolate fries, but still a tasty match made in fast food heaven.
If you think your stomach can handle the element of surprise, you may want to try IKEA’s new ninja hotdog – and, yes, it is very black.
Wait, what kind of juice did you say this was?
You’ll never look at vegetables and rice the same way again.
Join us as we sit down for a yummy interview with renowned pastry chef Dominique Ansel, whose Tokyo bakery just celebrated its first anniversary!
As you’d see in any election race, there are sweet characters, stern faces and some crazy candidates you’d never think would win…
Kuraberu Tōzai presents an easy-to-understand compilation of regional differences between Tokyo and Osaka in terms of cuisines, art, and cultural traditions.