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.
There’re a lot of reasons to want to visit Shinjuku Kakekomi Gyoza, but their importance goes even beyond the vast range of savory dumplings.
Pokémon lovers rejoice! There’s now a whole new way to celebrate your fandom with these Pikachu-themed lunch boxes now on sale in South Korea!
We take Japan’s simple pleasure of a steamed cake and push it to a whole new level of deliciousness.
There’s no computer generated imagery here – just a case of fart egg.
How special are these burgers that they’re calling “ultra?” We try them to find out!
Cat meets toast! Read more to learn all about this simple, yet creative internet craze that’s sweeping Japan.
If you’re riding the rails in Japan, here’s how you should be stuffing your face.
Cold Stone is offering a heartwarmingly sweet holiday deal.
Two of the biggest names in ramen team up for this American-inspired instant noodle flavor.
Come for the fried food and alcohol, stay for the traditional Japanese winter comfort cuisine.
There’s a fine line between having enough Japanese touches to feel authentic, and having so many it starts to feel fake.