There’s never a bad time to visit Japan’s former capital, but May is an especially good time.
Feline-themed baked goods are as heart-melting as they are mouthwatering.
The food service business can be ruthless sometimes.
Matcha wine, sausage, and desserts also on offer at elegant restaurant in the heart of the city.
There seems to be a growing trend of busboys with ninja-like cleaning skills.
Customers in Akihabara are happy to pay large markup on instant noodles for three minutes in paradise.
Meteorite Curry and Amethyst Panna Cotta are just two of the elegant and educational foods at Usaginonedoko.
Eat like an undead and indulge in a little light cosplay at this limited-time cafe celebrating the upcoming Tokyo Ghoul franchise.
Smooth and slippery noodles are accompanied by some surprising sights.
Although bleak and scary on the outside, on the inside Maruya is the epitome of reliability and value.
This part of Japan is often overlooked by foodies, but ironically it’s hard to see over these towering desserts.
Shake Shack has no problem selling its sandwiches in Japan, but it’s decided to give away over a million yen in food anyway.
Or grilled fish, if you’re in the mood for something healthier.
Hello Kitty’s frog buddy sits with lonely diners, entices with adorable, delicious food and drinks.
In Japan’s largest prefecture, we found what just might be it’s largest hamburger steak.
Fire ramen has the potential to singe your eyebrows but that’s all part of the appeal.
Moulded by hand by a sushi chef in front of you at the counter, this impressive selection is the type of special locals usually keep a secret to themselves.
In a country filled with great bakeries, you’ve got to do something special to stand out, and this shop/cafe in downtown Tokyo does just that.
We found one of our favorite things in one of the last places we expected it to be.
Japan’s biggest Korean barbecue chain adds two set meals for Muslim meat fans.