From grilled foods to deserts and drinks: Japanese street stalls



yati-food-stalls


 These mobile food stalls are a staple of the matsuri scene. From grilled foods like yakitori and okonomiyaki to desserts like choco-banana and taiyaki, these stores serve up almost any kind of Japanese festival food imaginable. The easiest way to experience yatai is to head to Fukuoka as it has the largest number of permanent stores throughout the city.



yatai-gallery





HOT ENTRIES

Know Your Kimono: 9 Different types of Kimono
Kimono literally means "something that is worn" - but there are many types of kimono worn on ...
Hokkaido By Rail & Car: Day 1,2 - Sapporo, Lake Toyako -
Hokkaido, Japan's second largest island, is also referred to as the "The Big Land in the North" b...
Akafuku, Mochi Heaven
The inside out mochi It is not exactly known when Akafuku - one of the oldest mochi (Japanese ...

CATEGORY RANKING

Akafuku, Mochi Heaven
The inside out mochi It is not exactly known when Akafuku - one of the oldest mochi (Japanese ...
Strolling the Shotengai: Togoshi-ginza
The most original "unauthentic" Ginza If you are a tourist in Tokyo for only a short time, there...
Cheap all-you-can-drink Umeshu
If you're a lover of Umeshu, Japanese plum win, you MUST visit Puedo Bar in Tokyo. For the mere s...