If you thought Lady Gaga’s version was gimmicky, wait until you get a load of this!
Complete with a touch panel ordering system, unusual menu items, and jet take-off sounds, this new restaurant is set to change the way we enjoy grilled meat forever!
Full day of Korean barbeque could work out to just 69 yen (US$0.66) per person per meal.
The thank you note and display to customers left by the owner inside the door is warming hearts around the Internet.
But is it really as good as mom used to make?
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.
We aren’t sure whether to call it a dessert or a drink, but we do know you can have it at a conveyor belt sushi chain!
Now you can enjoy your main dish and dessert together in one meal.
After making international headlines for its strict entry policy, The Amrita has made a number of surprising changes to their nude dining experience.
After seeing all the beautiful art on display, fill yourself up with some Laputa bread.
It’s a literally sweet dream come true.
Osaka kitty’s adorable quest to gain entrance to noodle restaurant caught on video.
Limited-time offer of all-you-can-eat meat is so good and so cheap that it’ll make you forgive the corny pun behind it.
The American franchise known for its playfully kitschy decorations and classic American fare will get a unique new venue in Tokyo’s Gotanda area.
60 centimeters (23.6 inches) of ice cream. Three RocketNews24 reporters. No problem?
Come for the fresh, hand-made noodles. Stay for literally everything else.
Sometimes there are restaurants you want to keep a secret all to yourself, and this is definitely one of them.
McDonald’s Japan is famous for listing “free smiles” on its menu, and soon it’ll be offering free Internet access too.
Shibuya restaurant is ready to give customers as big a smile as the rising anime director’s feel-good movies.