Japanese noodle lovers are divided over the new phenomenon.
Kimchi mac? Miso risotto? Mochi pizza? Pardon me, I think I just drooled on my laptop.
Great Pumpkin still nowhere to be found.
People in Japan are going crazy for this dish and the best thing about it is you can make it at home too!
With exclusive merchandise and ten cute designs to collect, it’s the tastiest place to find Wally in Japan this year!
Mos Burger gives us one more reason to love it as we visit the Mos Bar in Tokyo’s Shibuya neighborhood.
Typhoon Lionrock has destroyed this month’s special range of Calbee potato chips.
Matcha lovers will want to try all five of the deliciously green items on the menu!
This cautionary tale proves that the Japanese word for “large serving” could result in having to eat a truly mountainous meal.
If you’ve never had Pirozhki (or Piroshki), you might want to see this. On the other hand, if you know what Pirozhki looks or tastes like, you should definitely see this!
Main dishes, sides, and desserts, all shaped like the loveable Studio Ghibli anime star.
Square Enix set to open new cafe in downtown this autumn.
These deviations from KFC’s three core principles still look incredibly delicious.
If only we lived in Tsukiji…
If you like delicious dumplings, cold beer, and having plenty of cash left in your wallet, you need to eat here.
For a limited time, one restaurant in Tokyo is serving up curry that’s just as good as the noodles it’s famous for.
Meg shows us further proof that no matter where you go in Japan, you’re never very far away from something that tastes really good.
Marugame Udon, a ubiquitous Tokyo noodle shop, serves this delicious “hidden” menu item for just 130 yen.
No wonder Mickey doesn’t look any older today than he did 80 years ago.
With this cool set and a short list of ingredients, you’re never more than a couple of minutes away from enjoying some traditional Japanese desserts.