17 Feb | Nick Colaccino |No Comments

Yanaka: Slow Down in Tokyo’s “Old Town”

Just northeast of Ueno Park and next to Nippori Station on the Yamanote Line, Yanaka is as quaint as it is urban. From the quiet side streets around the famous Himalayan Cedar to the bustling market of Yanaka Ginza, then over to the austere temples and serene cemeteries, and down to the avante garde art houses, Yanaka is a vibrant neighborhood with a deep history.

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13 Feb | Darren |No Comments

Top 5 Traditional Foods in Hiroshima

After WWII Hiroshima took pride in rebuilding the city, and local people also took traditional Hiroshima food to another level. Here, I will explain the top 5 traditional food dishes that you must try while you are exploring Hiroshima Prefecture during your vacation….

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6 Feb | Robert Baker |No Comments

7 Things You Can Strike Off Your Bucket List By Visiting Japan

The Land of the Rising Sun boasts a unique culture that fascinates people all around the world. If you’ve watched films about samurais, eaten sushi in a restaurant, or taken part in martial arts training, you probably already admire some aspects of Japanese culture. But the best way to truly experience Japanese culture is by visiting Japan.

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4 Feb | Rae DeFrane |No Comments

Top 5 Date Ideas in Tokyo for Valentine’s Day 2020

Top Tokyo Spots for Valentines 2020! Romantic and fun.

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2 Feb | Michelle Lam |No Comments

Kaiseki Ryouri – Historical Haute Cuisine

Kaiseki ryouri evolved throughout the ages. From simple meals served at a tea ceremony to fancy Heian imperial court cuisine with influence from the Buddhist boom during the Kamakura period, to the emphasis upon balance from the Muromachi age of Samurais, modern Kaiseki cuisine has been shaped by many aspects of Japanese culture and history – and now you can taste these dishes too.

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29 Jan | Sneha Nagesh |No Comments

Popular Japanese Winter Sweets

Traditional sweets in japan reflect the seasons in both ingredients and appearance. Inspired by nature, these delicious and beautiful desserts are a must try when you visit in Japan.

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27 Jan | Alan Tse |No Comments

Guide of the Month December 2019: Ida from Kyoto

For foodies interested in exploring various aspects of Kyoto cuisine, I would recommend our Nishiki Market tour. This tour takes place in “Kyoto’s kitchen,” Nishiki market in the heart of Kyoto city. We sample local foods during the first hours of the tour, then sit down and enjoy a kaiseki (traditional Kyoto-style meal) course prepared by the chef using ingredients from the Nishiki market. Definitely a must-do for any foodie out there!

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22 Jan | Norma |No Comments

February Events and Setsubun in Tokyo 2020

February is full of great foodie events in Tokyo. Check out our must do and see list for this wintery season! From Setsubun to Star Wars, from old traditions to new theme cafes there is something for everyone.

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20 Jan | Rae DeFrane |No Comments

Sipping Among the Stars: Milky Way Cafe in Ikebukuro

Theme cafes and restaurants are a fun, surprising and must-try experience in Japan. When in Tokyo, head off the beaten path to MILKY WAY for a star-struck experience at this Zodiac inspired cafe in Ikebukuro…

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17 Jan | Todd Reczka |No Comments

Osusume Japan: Miyama, A Tofu Lover’s Paradise

Driving along Route 55, we went down a short steep road to a parking lot for Konjo-In Shrine and Seibu Kyu-Jo Station. That’s where we found the restaurant, a two story house nestled in Totoro Forest. Entering through its noren curtains, the owner’s friendly voice welcomed us into a corridor glowing with lamps illuminating the paper sho-ji door…

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#TGIF rare chance to try Hakushu 12 year! A little bit of liquid courage in these tough times. #weareallinthistogether #arigatojapanfoodtours #japanesewhisky ...

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Gotemba, Shizuoka Prefecture is Green Tea Heaven 🍵 💚 if you think you are not a green tea fan yet or you think that this kind of tea is only bitter you have to learn more with us because proper selection, brewing, and service make all the difference! You can find out how to have the best green tea at home and while traveling. Go!temba #sencha #greentea #shizuoka #newfoodtour ...

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