Nothing could prepare him for this shock à l’orange.
When two loyal readers from Hawaii said they’d be in Tokyo for a few days, Mr. Sato sprang into action.
The unusual burger is one of a number of restaurant meals usually not available to the public that can be purchased at a very special food event for a limited time.
Remember the irresistibly jiggly-looking water cake we reported on two years ago? Well, someone just got creative and made a totally adorable version of it!
This impressive restaurant ticks all the right boxes in terms of quality, atmosphere, service and price.
After months of pining for the Korea-only limited edition release, Starbucks customers in Japan finally get to enjoy the delicious puddings too.
This Culture Day, our reporter Yuichiro Wasai went straight to Fuchu Prison. He did not pass Go. He did not collect 200 dollars.
Pikachu is ready to help you ring in the new year with 24 auspicious dishes served inside a giant Poké Ball!
Mickey and Minnie have been turned into sweet Japanese confections this winter, and one thing’s for sure: they’re way too adorable!
Motifs and ingredients connect with Japanese culture’s appreciation of all four seasons.
More matcha is always a good thing.
The question we’ve all wondered, finally answered.
Sanrio made the egg a star, then this cafe made his butt a marshmallow.
Female characters also join ramen/cooking promotion for first time.
Just two months ago, Piko Taro was largely unknown, but now there’s a restaurant in the comedian/musician’s honor.
Japan has somehow managed to combine nipples and Buddhist temples to create sacred nipple chocolates.
Say it! Say we are Unagi!
The all-new Japanese-exclusive packages include limited-edition coloured chocolates that capture the spirit of Japan.