Hope you like inarizushi. Otherwise just keep walking, pal.
While the “Kanno Mille-Fueille Set” may sound dainty, this mountain of meat from Tonkatsu is a Drink is anything but.
Are you up for some perfectly crafted udon noodles?
Listen up, sushi romantics–the following types of misconduct at a revolving sushi restaurant will probably cost you a second date.
You won’t be able to “Lego” of this page without finding out more about this Lego-like burger.
Craving some carbs? Indulge in this limited-time weekday lunch special for only 800 yen (US$7) per person.
For a limited time, one restaurant in Tokyo is serving up curry that’s just as good as the noodles it’s famous for.
What better way to start your day than with freshly harvested, local vegetables from Japan’s ancient capital city?
Apparently the old adage that sex sells even applies to beef noodle restaurants.
While the concept of a wild pig going crazy in a restaurant sounds like a fun time, this video shows how harrowing it can actually be.
If you’ve been wanting to eat Funassyi, here’s your chance!
Tasty, Rome-style Italian pizza sandwiches have hit Tokyo, and we couldn’t resist shoving several of them in our faces. Nom!
Sapporo’s Nagoyaka-tei takes full responsibility for these (literally) over the top roe-lover’s rolls.
Neapolitan-style pizza comes to Shinjuku, with fully customisable pies baked from raw to crisp perfection in only one minute using wood-burning ovens.
We’ll take whatever this guy is serving.
Cucumbers are great fruits that can be enjoyed in a variety of ways, but by sheer chance our writers have found a way to heighten the flavor and texture of a cucumber to unprecedented levels.
We visited the Kewpie Mayo Cafe on Mayonnaise Day, March 1, to sample some smooth and sophisticated mayo-drenched cuisine!
It’s good to see that the youth of today still know how to take their jobs seriously, but this guy definitely goes above and beyond!
Want to eat like a big kid, only with more grace and style? This restaurant in Kyoto offers a “Kids’ Special – for Adults”! Naturally we had to go and scoff—er, try—it for ourselves…
Our reporters made pigs of themselves at Marugo, a pork cutlet restaurant featured in the 2016 Tokyo Michelin Guide.