Japanese summer foods are tasty, refreshing, light—and sometimes you have to catch it yourself! Read on for the season's top treats.
A great way to get a taste of Japan—wherever you are in the world.
Visit the Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum for a taste of these famous Canadian noodles.
Japanese-style pubs for late-night eats, drinks and group hangouts.
Looking to get your junk food on in Tokyo? Don’t fancy a giant bowl of rice with that pork cutlet? Enter the humble kushikatsu.
From seafood, fruit and even bamboo shoots—these Japanese spring foods will take you on a culinary adventure all season long.
10 uniquely Japanese winter foods to try—from yuzu, tofu and the risky dinner option of puffer fish to the celebratory New Year traditional dishes.
Tokyo events for Monday, January 14 to Sunday, January 20, 2019
Nakiryu has been awarded a Michelin star for its famous tantanmen noodles: spicy, rich and definitely worth queuing for.
Beaches, jungle trekking, waterfalls and hot springs—Hachijojima is a true paradise only 1 hour from Tokyo.
Our Tokyo Michelin star restaurant mega-guide will have you not only eating some of the best food in the world—but the chance to try it on a budget.
How to make meal choices that help the environment without hurting your wallet.
Join a specially curated izakaya food tour where you'll eat and drink like a local—and make great connections too!
Your guide to the perfect summertime weekend activities in Tokyo—some of them uniquely Japanese.
When it comes to Japanese snacks, nothing beats the humble onigiri—toothsome and cheap.