Onigiri Action World Food Day campaign is donating meals to children in Africa and Asia for every rice ball photo shared online with its hashtag.
Limited-time eatery to open this week in trendy Shibuya neighborhood.
We say this definitely qualifies as a “treat.”
”How can we get more chocolate in our eggs?” is a question we’d never have thought to ask, but we sure are glad this Japanese company did.
No one wants to have egg on their face, but if you want in on your head, this Japanese company is happy to oblige.
With four delicious flavours on offer, this is the sweetest deal around town.
If you’re hungry, strapped for cash, and/or indecisive, this Akihabara restaurant is for you.
All-you-can-drink beer costs just 600 yen (US$5.80), which will barely get you a single glass in many other Tokyo restaurants.
Foreigners complained that chefs at a restaurant in Osaka added up to two times more wasabi in their sushi when serving non-Japanese customers.
The makers of Final Fantasy are also now the makers of awesome burgers and cake at this Akihabara restaurant and gift shop.
The black octopus balls are available at only one popular tourist location in Osaka.
Because after a hard day at the office, there’s nothing like unwinding with a glass of bourbon and a chocolate-covered pretzel stick.
Pies! They’re not just for dessert anymore!
The company famous for instant noodles is now releasing a limited number of their fresh noodles to lucky customers.
Our Japanese-language writer used to give himself a pass, until he encountered a woman who changed his mind.
Is orange chicken about to take Tokyo by storm?
But they’re only available for a limited time, so you’d better hippity hoppity over there ASAP!
Suggestively spicy series stars swimsuit models, dancers, and anime voice actress.
”And would you like duck liver on your burger today?”
Eyeballs for everybody! Oh, except the teddy bear cake that they clawed one off of.