Popular Sanrio character Gudetama may claim to be a lazy egg, but he just might find himself busy decorating people’s plates and lunch boxes this spring.
Losing the carbohydrates gains you a taste of Kyoto cuisine.
It may not be as famous, but it’s actually the only seafood-exclusive wholesale market in Tokyo.
Come for the Drivers’ Ed, stay for the unlimited nine-month long buffet!
Reformed fish paste has never looked so good.
Who’s ready to eat their morning coffee?
Are you a bad enough dude to put these five things into your mouth?
Have those ingenious Japanese invented food that never goes bad? Not quite.
All in the name of promoting Japanese culture and Japanese food!
If it’s good enough for the country’s elite, we deign to try its surprisingly reasonable offerings.
If you’ve been too hesitant to give natto a try, this may be the way to start!
We fall under the dark, stretchy spell of the company’s newest mochi ice cream.
Come for the unlimited beer, stay for the Japanese-style fried chicken (and probably the ramen).
It doesn’t have a star yet, but our research points to this Shinjuku restaurant getting the honor soon.
In an instance of “reverse importation,” the American eatery’s noodle soup will soon be featured at Japan’s preeminent ramen museum.
Somehow, chocolate sandwiches are about to become even more awesome.
Not satisfied with dominating only Japan’s cow cravings, Yoshinoya adds karaage to its menu in Akihabara.
Uh oh, have you been behaving like an oafish gaijin?
We know there’s a reason we love tiny food, but we just can’t put our finger on it.