When you ask someone in Japan about ramune and what it means to them you are likely to be regaled with stories of childhood memories and summer festivals. So, is ramune just a soft drink? Far from it. Aside from being a beverage, it also takes […]
Today we’re happy to introduce you to Danielle and Francois, from Hojicha Co, the first brand to specialize in Japanese roasted green tea outside of Japan Thank you for your time today, we are glad to have you on our blog! Can you please […]
This special Japanese dish might seem a little bit strange for some people. But it is definitely another dish you should add to your foodie bucket list. Gyu is the Japanese word for beef and tan means tongue. Sendai Gyutan is known for its savory and […]
Ocean views, amazing food, and Japanese baths are all you need! I haven’t left Tokyo for months, so when I had the opportunity to stay one night at the Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel, I was super excited! Even if it’s only an hour from my […]
If you have any interest in Japanese cuisine, especially seafood, you will probably come across two names. Tsukiji or Toyosu. The city’s new seafood wholesaler is now located in Toyosu. Still, the current Tsukiji outer market is well-recognized by many. It remains one of Tokyo’s most attractive places to visit…
Sheraton Grande Tokyo Bay Hotel is a welcoming retreat 15 minutes from central Tokyo and overlooking the ocean views of Tokyo Bay. A fantastic location that offers 1,016 accommodation rooms and boasts 23 event spaces
Today we’re happy to interview our friend and partner Kei-san from Japanese Green Tea Co about his new project! Of course, Tea culture is very important in Japan, but did you know Japan also has a strong focus on coffee culture? After the success of his online Japanese Green Tea shop, Kei-san had the great idea to launch a new website where you can buy “Sumiyaki Coffee”, one of the World’s Rarest Coffees from Japan. Let’s learn more about it!
An intimate dinner featuring locally sourced organic produce cooked on a traditional Japanese hearth. A crisp bottle of sake made just down the road by a century old brewery. The fresh air of the Japanese countryside as you unzip your tent and head for a warm morning shower. Wait…unzip…tent… No you’re not dreaming and no this trip doesn’t feature a hotel in Shinjuku or a ryokan in Kyoto. Glamping is the hottest new trend in travel.