We’re used to eating Japanese rice cakes at New Year’s but this is our first time trying one on a hamburger.
This must be how Bruce Wayne secretly uses the bathroom after eating his noodles.
When it’s time to go big or go home, you can go really big at some of our favorite restaurants in Japan!
Uses bear meat sourced from Kyoto and Aomori, said to have more refined taste than foreign varieties.
Because nothing says “high-class” more than the company of cats.
You’ll need to bring a big appetite but just a little cash.
Enjoy a 99-yen (US$0.99) highball with your pizza too!
There’s just something about seeing your favorite anime movie scenes take the form of delicious food that makes you want to go back again and again.
There’re a lot of reasons to want to visit Shinjuku Kakekomi Gyoza, but their importance goes even beyond the vast range of savory dumplings.
Diners get to sit in the old bathtubs while enjoying their meals.
And yes, you can have them on Tuesday.
There’s a fine line between having enough Japanese touches to feel authentic, and having so many it starts to feel fake.
Could this be the start of a new innovative gourmet trend?
And yes, of course ramen pizza comes with one of Japan’s favorite toppings.
If you like to eat or drink, you owe yourself a trip here.
Sure, Diesel can make a nice pair of jeans, but can it handle curry and deep-fried ham?
After spending the summer in Tokyo, the cafe moves to another major Japanese city.
German automaker offers two kinds of noodles at Tokyo showroom restaurant.
Now there are two Michelin-starred ramen restaurants in the capital, and we lined up to try the signature dish from the latest award-winning eatery.
Eggs with white yolks and citrus scents are among the luxurious offerings on deck at this all-you-can-eat deal in Tokyo.