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.
With no cosmopolitan cachet to influence gourmands’ minds, this ramen wins recognition purely for its flavor.
Grab a friend for one of Japan’s greatest unlimited booze offers ever.
Perfect place to pig out on pork stock ramen is waiting for noodle fans in Asakusa.
Two kinds of beef, and a surprising amount of veggies, are keeping Tokyo’s otaku and businesspeople full.
Delicious maguro tuna and all-you-can-drink coffee for less than most fast food set meals.
Kanda brew pub combines three of the best things in life.
The store drew crowds of hundreds on its opening day, but was the fuss worth it?
Mr. Sato follows a hot lead from a Maasai warrior for some elusive Kenyan food in Japan, and isn’t disappointed.
Prepaid tempura plan is totally the way to go, and even lets you choose fried chicken if that’s what your heart desires.
Pop-up cafe caters to fans of mature aesthetics and sweet treats with customizable desserts served in cocktail glasses.
Japan’s infamous bar barkers often won’t take no for an answer, but one veteran says this response will stop them in their tracks.