The sweet stack isn’t the only brightly coloured item on the menu!
Unless sushi train restaurants add a new dish to their menus, the wasteful trend looks set to continue.
Looks like this Shinjuku eatery is a boys’ night out option after all.
The video game developer always makes aesthetics a priority in its software, and it looks like it’s doing the same for its new restaurant in Akihabara.
So cute you could slurp them right up?
Sushi Mamire, in Shinjuku’s Kabukicho district, offers up all-you-can-eat sides of inari-zushi with every lunch.
The Frappuccino sets out a new path for Starbucks as the company ventures out into tea territory with their latest release.
Customers now outnumbering salespeople by an infinitely large ratio.
Feel like having pizza for your boys’ night out? Better find somewhere else to eat it.
Things to pick up at Japan’s most popular discount interior shop: curtains, bedsheets, matcha strawberries.
Whether you’re looking for an unusual Halloween costume or a cosy outfit to snuggle up in, this crazy bread-crumbed number will make all your fried food fantasies come true!
But don’t fill up on those, because you’ll want to save room for the Witch Organ Soup.
The most plentiful item at a Japanese grocery store: insanity.
Only available in certain countries for a limited time, these regional cakes come with a number of gorgeous details.
Is this the makings of a great meal in the great outdoors, or another one of Mr. Sato’s too-crazy-for-his-own-good schemes?
Hate waiting in line while doing your shopping? This is the place for you!
There’s so much to love about this surprising ramen dish.
If green tea, Japan’s favorite traditional drink, can make desserts better, why not its most important seasoning, too…right? Right?!?
Delicious shellfish in a stylish interior at an extremely affordable price.
With amazing outdoor eating spaces set on moss-covered grounds in the middle of the woods, this is a secret haven for lovers of nature and Studio Ghibli.