Losing the carbohydrates gains you a taste of Kyoto cuisine.
If it’s good enough for the country’s elite, we deign to try its surprisingly reasonable offerings.
Come for the unlimited beer, stay for the Japanese-style fried chicken (and probably the ramen).
Plus they’ve got waffles!
It doesn’t have a star yet, but our research points to this Shinjuku restaurant getting the honor soon.
Not satisfied with dominating only Japan’s cow cravings, Yoshinoya adds karaage to its menu in Akihabara.
If you can’t get enough of Japan, or just happen to be the indecisive type, this mix of Yebisu Beer and Kyoto green tea is for you.
Now you don’t have to stay overnight to enjoy this awesome hotel’s all-natural onsen baths.
This may be the best deal ever for fans of beer and shochu sours who’re tight on cash and time.
Limited-time tsukemen-style ramen lets you enjoy chocolate three different ways.
This limited-time cafe is only open through Valentine’s Day!
Limitless shabu-shabu for less than the price of a fast food beef bowl.
If you’re out enjoying the fantasies and frills, don’t forget that they come at a very real price.
The menu also includes delicious anime-themed desserts and an extensive selection of interesting drinks!
Diners will be rewarded for their courage at this yokai-loving restaurant.
This place will make you feel like you’ve been whisked away into a mystical story world.
It turns out that blue ramen tastes surprisingly delicious!
Who’s craving some “Stressful Society Noodles?”
Nope, that’s not latte foam art of Tokyo Tower!
We’re used to eating Japanese rice cakes at New Year’s but this is our first time trying one on a hamburger.