This certainly doesn’t help the stereotype that Japan will put corn on top of anything.
Eatery delivers sweets, drinks with the elegant cooperation of flowing water.
Unbeatable deal in Yokohama includes full-course meal and your choice from over one hundred yukata and obi sash patterns.
With photo booths, cosplaying staff, and costume rental for diners, this is one of the most unusual food courts you’ll find in Japan.
Never eaten beef and cake in the same bite? Neither had we, until now, but we’re glad we finally did.
The lure of cheap booze is hard to resist, but before you follow that discount-promising tout, take a moment to check what clothes he’s wearing.
Ramen chain is committed to stellar customer service through all parts of the digestive cycle.
A former best-selling variation of sushi has returned, but it might be difficult to catch.
Virtual idol Hatsune Miku takes time out from her busy schedule to sit down for some sweets in augmented reality event.
Fukuoka chain Ichiran expands to new country, immediately wins over the locals.
Menu includes “unicorn” and “rainbow” flavors, the latter of which looks like nothing we’ve seen and tastes nothing like what we expected.
Ramen and samurai, two of Japan’s biggest cultural icons, combine forces.
Sushi has made its way around the world, from Cuba to Kenya, but what do our Japanese writers think of the international twists on their country’s signature food?
Yeah, that sorta looks like a volcano, but it looks a lot more like something else.
Get a jump on the day by eating like a local at the all-you-can eat baked goods buffets of the city’s cafes.
A pair of stilettos could slash your tab by up to 40 percent.
All five Inner Senshi are represented in tie-up with magical girl franchise.
Self-serve beer tap and shochu bottles keep the drinks flowing and the prices low.
Exactly when can you get it, and how early do you need to show up? We find out.
There’s never a bad time to visit Japan’s former capital, but May is an especially good time.