Eat like an undead and indulge in a little light cosplay at this limited-time cafe celebrating the upcoming Tokyo Ghoul franchise.
Some spring foods are a little… different in Japan.
Each design is modeled after a real-life rescue cat.
Smooth and slippery noodles are accompanied by some surprising sights.
This “salamander” swims in a bowl of tasty broth with white tapioca “eggs”.
It looks like we’ll be getting an early taste of tropical summer thanks to Häagen-Dazs Japan’s latest sweet offering!
Although bleak and scary on the outside, on the inside Maruya is the epitome of reliability and value.
No need to resolve the timeless dilemma when meal-time comes, as you can do both at the same time, and all in the comfort of your own home!
Green tea lovers are going crazy for the taste and look of this unusual new dessert.
Iconic video game fanfare rewards purchasers of Dragon Quest Critical Hit-Flavor fried chicken.
Can’t put down that can of Pringles? Why not get a Bluetooth speaker while you’re at it?
This part of Japan is often overlooked by foodies, but ironically it’s hard to see over these towering desserts.
Maruchan eases the pain of working while everyone else is playing.
You’ll never believe the food item used to create this pink color. Can you spot it?
Shake Shack has no problem selling its sandwiches in Japan, but it’s decided to give away over a million yen in food anyway.
You’ll definitely want to give some of these a try on your next culinary adventure to the city!
Coffee house chain is now four for four with its pudding lineup.
This massively shrimpy sandwich is the latest marine muse of our lunchroom.
Or grilled fish, if you’re in the mood for something healthier.
Not quite ready to say goodbye to the cherry blossoms? Then it’s time to enjoy some sakura curry.