Food and cooking are “absolutely essential element” of the game.
Are the (ra)men as hot as these pictures make them look?
Test your knowledge of Japanese trends by spotting the “buzz points” in this action-packed commercial.
If the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, that’s also the best route by which to stab at it.
Japanese dessert lovers have a soft spot for soft-serve, and the popular chain is now happy to oblige them.
Apparently the loveable creatures can be found in the mountains of China, zoos, and this couple’s refrigerator.
If you ever wanted to step back in time to a nostalgic corner shop where just 500 yen (US$4.85) gets you over a hundred different types of signature Japanese snacks and candies, this place is definitely for you.
Kaiju cuisine is now on the menu at Namja Town!
How many pieces of finger-lickin’ chicken do you think our Japanese reporters will be able to finish by the end of the 45-minute feast?
Sure, you’ll want to eat them all, but which ones are the desserts?
You can now stock your pantry with a supply of the chain’s famous honey maple sauce.
Whatever you do, don’t upset the Mexican mama!
No celebration is complete without a decorative watermelon.
Can you bear to bite down into these desserts?
Do you ever long for the simplicity and innocence of elementary school? If so, the Rokunen Yonkumi Pub is just the place to soothe your heart’s yearnings and stir up warm memories!
McDonald’s Japan recently introduced two new burgers representing Japan and the U.S. in a sandwich showdown. We conduct a taste test with our Japanese sister site to see which takes burger supremacy.
Not as bold a combination as chocolate fries, but still a tasty match made in fast food heaven.
The thickest ramen in Japan is like no bowl of noodles we’ve ever had before.
Now you can enjoy your main dish and dessert together in one meal.
After seeing all the beautiful art on display, fill yourself up with some Laputa bread.