That includes nearly 30 different matcha sweets and 50 kinds of ice cream!
Fukuoka chain Ichiran expands to new country, immediately wins over the locals.
Menu includes “unicorn” and “rainbow” flavors, the latter of which looks like nothing we’ve seen and tastes nothing like what we expected.
Here’s your convenience store snack survival guide, for when “all of the above” isn’t an option.
Ramen and samurai, two of Japan’s biggest cultural icons, combine forces.
Mos Burger’s new Niku Niku Niku Burger actually shows some restraint in its name, but not its ingredients.
Sushi has made its way around the world, from Cuba to Kenya, but what do our Japanese writers think of the international twists on their country’s signature food?
That’s not even a photo of the completed sandwich.
Japan loves salmon sushi, but there’s one thing these survey respondents like even more.
Why wait to be zombified before you can enjoy some delicious brains?
Tirol Chocolate, also pronounced as Chiroru Choko in Japan, recently won over fans with their rather unconventional way of announcing that the company president was changing.
If you were to express the phrase “Why the heck not?” in the form of food, this might be it.
After more than 300 years in business, famous sweets shop gets first endorsement from the Pokémon star.
If you can’t stand the heat, then get out a delicious-looking Cup Noodle Somen.
Looks like nothing we’d ever have imagined, tastes like something we could only have dreamed of.
Yeah, that sorta looks like a volcano, but it looks a lot more like something else.
There’s so much to like about the city’s new signature sweet.
There are more than 80 mouthwatering dishes to choose from, including ramen, fries, chicken, and, of course, plates and plates of sushi.
Lotteria, the craziest fast food chain in Japan, ups the insanity with its new ghost pepper sauce sandwich.
All five Inner Senshi are represented in tie-up with magical girl franchise.