Realise your dreams of becoming your favourite food or drink with six new weird and crazy flavours to soak in.
Family restaurant chain Olive Hill offers up a whopping 10 pizza varieties as part of their eat-until-you-drop lunch special.
Kanda brew pub combines three of the best things in life.
Taking “all you can eat” to new and obnoxiously disgusting heights in 2016.
Enjoy a 99-yen (US$0.99) highball with your pizza too!
Craving some carbs? Indulge in this limited-time weekday lunch special for only 800 yen (US$7) per person.
And yes, of course ramen pizza comes with one of Japan’s favorite toppings.
’Tis the season for crazy ideas from Japan’s most playful pizza delivery chain.
Do you like a lot of corn on your pizza? Then you might be Japanese.
Fried chicken doubles up as the foundation of another of our favorite foods: pizza!
Take a look at these amazing pictures to see how the tiny brick oven was made to scale.
New pizzas promise you can still keep the pounds off, but without the cravings.
Tasty, Rome-style Italian pizza sandwiches have hit Tokyo, and we couldn’t resist shoving several of them in our faces. Nom!
Short on cookware or want to minimize clean-up time after dinner? Skip the recycling center and use your old bottles to whip up something good!
Neapolitan-style pizza comes to Shinjuku, with fully customisable pies baked from raw to crisp perfection in only one minute using wood-burning ovens.
Because there’s no better way to welcome spring than with a sweet serving of sakura and matcha.
Cookpad is easily the largest community cooking website for getting new Japanese recipes to try out in the kitchen. Started in 1997, it grew to be so popular that two years ago it expanded its user base by launching an English version.
It goes without saying that you can find a dish for pretty much anything you have lying around in your kitchen, but because most of the recipes are posted by amateurs, you might have to weed some of the stranger ones out by taking a look at their reviews.
Fortunately there seems to be a whole crew of users willing and waiting to take a hit for the team and try out the latest recipe, including a recently posted recipe for making pizza that requires putting the uncooked crust and toppings inside a box and setting the box on fire. How does it measure up? One net user decided to photograph and review the process.
Now, there are two new awesome pizzas on the menu: Ramen Noodle and Natto Okonomiyaki. And that’s not all – both items are being offered as part of a collaboration using local ingredients that hark back to the 1960s. Available from Aoki’s Pizza from September 10, this is an opportunity that’s not to be missed!
The English and Japanese-language teams at RocketNews24 have entered into a strange sort of competition, as they try to one-up each other with foods that don’t look anything like they should. The English side fired the opening salvo in this war of the eyes vs. the taste buds with a sneaky pink soy sauce taste test, and now our intrepid Japanese reporter Mr. Sato has decided that revenge is a dish best served sweet with this cake from a Tokyo bakery that looks exactly like a pizza.
Subway is one of the most popular and successful fast food chains from the US to make it here in Japan. While of course you could always load your sub up with things like meatballs and cheese, the company has succeeded here by carving out a niche for itself as the healthy fast food option. Subway’s brand in Japan is now synonymous with fresh vegetables and lean meats, so what happens when a chain with a reputation for offering healthy, light lunches starts selling gooey, cheesy pizza?
These are not just any pizzas, though; they’re Pizza Subs, but not as Americans might know them.