It’s so beautiful! Is it for display? Do I eat it? Questions you’re probably thinking of when passing by and seeing these colourful, painted sandwiches at a nearby convenience store, Japan. Honestly, it’s not a common sandwich you will see displayed where you’re from, but in […]0 Read More
Aside from visiting cultural sites, one of the best things you can do in Japan is to uncover new places to eat and try out local delicacies. In Japan, seasonal changes have a significant impact on culinary offerings. For instance, several foods are only available during […]0 Read More
The fishy snack that’s not a fish! Please be aware that no real fish were harmed in the writing of this blog! (lol) If you’re an anime fan like myself, you’re sure to have seen these fish-shaped delicacies called taiyaki being sold by street vendors. What […]0 Read More
Houjicha is made of leaves harvested later in the season. Instead of just being steamed like the other green teas, these leaves are also roasted in a porcelain or cast iron pot over charcoal at a high temperatures, which gives the tea a very particular reddish-brown color and a toasty caramel flavor, sweeter than other green tea varieties.0 Read More
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…0 Read More
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