Does real ramen taste better when it comes with a side of simulated companionship?
Full day of Korean barbeque could work out to just 69 yen (US$0.66) per person per meal.
Hard to find, but heavenly delicious.
The shop is a bit of a walk from the station, but the superb soba at this Akihabara eatery is worth the trip.
Can you guess which prefecture is serving up the local speciality?
It’s a limited-time alien takeover!
These dishes make playing with your food look classy and intelligent.
Is that a carrot in your curry or are you just happy to see me?
Why bother with jelly donuts when you could munch on one of these?
What better way to start your day than with freshly harvested, local vegetables from Japan’s ancient capital city?
Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle, an unassuming street vendor in a Singapore open-air food court, has officially been crowned the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant.
The thank you note and display to customers left by the owner inside the door is warming hearts around the Internet.
Apparently the old adage that sex sells even applies to beef noodle restaurants.
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.