Despite its healthy holier-than-thou image, Japanese food has more than a few calorific goodies/evil temptations.
What better way to remember your stay in the U.S. than with a heart attack?
Beautiful and delicious, both inside and out.
Ramen chain is committed to stellar customer service through all parts of the digestive cycle.
A former best-selling variation of sushi has returned, but it might be difficult to catch.
Hokkaido-based cake artist draws on a wide variety of inspirations for jaw-dropping edible art.
There’s much more to Japanese food than just sushi and seafood.
These aren’t ice cream sandwiches, either, but an all-new treat.
Azuki Bar Day is celebrated on 1 July and the makers of the tasty frozen snack sure know how to celebrate!
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.