The worlds of katana and candy collide just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The mochi ice cream series brings back an old favorite, and introduces an enticing new flavor!
The best part? No purchase necessary!
Earth’s mightiest heroes aim to become Japan’s most irresistible sweets.
As if there weren’t enough crazy sweet flavors to satiate our rumbling stomachs!
Ramen and green tea are two of the best things to make if you’ve got a pot of hot water, and now you can have both at once.
Dear Daniel joins Hello Kitty to bring cuteness and love to a collection of themed meals and drinks.
McDonald’s Japan is getting off to a good start this year by announcing the return of their beloved curly fries.
We’re used to eating Japanese rice cakes at New Year’s but this is our first time trying one on a hamburger.
The traditional New Year’s treat looks just a little too happy about it being 2017.
This must be how Bruce Wayne secretly uses the bathroom after eating his noodles.
When it’s time to go big or go home, you can go really big at some of our favorite restaurants in Japan!
Winter: stay warm inside with some of these cold-weather treats.
Uses bear meat sourced from Kyoto and Aomori, said to have more refined taste than foreign varieties.
Warm, cute and delicious – this is the type of Pokémon everyone in Japan wants to catch right now.
No Christmas date? No problem! We’ve found one of Japan’s cheapest Christmas dinners at Italian chain, Saizeriya.
You’ll need to bring a big appetite but just a little cash.
Enjoy a 99-yen (US$0.99) highball with your pizza too!
The highest art form is always one that you can eat.
Sure, frosting and strawberries are great, but today we’re chowing down on a “cake” topped with premium tuna and actual gold.