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The Takaoka Taste Tour

From historic copperware craftwork to the futuristic cartoon cat Doraemon, Takaoka City is the home of traditional and modern culture for all ages. And thanks to the recently completed Hokuriku Shinkansen, visiting this picturesque town located...

Get Bowled Over By Kourakuen

Real Ramen at Unreal Prices  For tourists who can always do with more time and money, Kourakuen brings happiness and fulfilment just as its name suggests. Ramen was first known in Japan as “chuka-soba”, or literally,...

A Taste of Sh旬n: Power of Shijimi

For many Japanese, summer brings to mind the eating of unagi, or eel, on designated days called Doyo no Ushi no Hi, in the hopes of beating summer fatigue with nutrition from the unagi. But...

Bite Into Japan’s Best Burgers At Hakodate’s Lucky Pierrot

Hakodate in Hokkaido may be famous for its fresh seafood and salt-based ramen but it also boasts what has been voted as Japan's "Best Local Burger" in  a Nikkei survey. And 1.8 million customers...

Restaurant Review: Kiraku

THE Shibuya Ramen With more than 100 ramen shops originating from all over the country, Shibuya is like a giant noodle spider web. Hidden in the middle of this maze stands Kiraku, a ramen shop that has captured the...

Restaurant Review: Yasubee

A tsukemen for everyone Tsukemen is a relatively new version of Japan's worldwide popular soul food, ramen. Ramen noodles are usually served in a hot soup, but tsukemen has soup and noodles served separately. After the...

Restaurant Review: Kuzuryu Soba

Today, soba noodles might stand in the shadow of the almighty ramen, but in eastern Japan, soba have been the major type of noodle for centuries. Compared to udon which is more popular in western...

Cheap Dining At Tokyo’s College Cafeterias

A university lecture on how to eat Eating like the locals is a precious experience for anyone traveling to Japan, but if you don't know how to and where, there's a pretty big chance you...

Osaka’s Over-The-Top Billboards

From Deep Sea Creatures to Cheese Puff s' Uncle Karl In Osaka, people are loud and things tend to get larger than life - especially their billboards. These flamboyant and extravagant advertisements show how Osaka has always been a city...

À la Kagurazaka

Tokyo's classy hill Tokyo boasts an almost uncountable amount of shopping and dining districts. Kagurazaka is not only one of the most authentic and chic, but also definitely the most French district.  Two French schools are located in...