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1|imageslimKim BLV.85 482 12
If you were ever a fan of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, it might be exciting to know that Tokyo has multiple different Alice in Wonderland themed eateries around the city (there's other restaurants in the group based in Nagoya and Osaka too,  if you'll be headed there). Here is a quick run...more...
1|imageslimMike BosackLV.69 35 4
The Harvest Moon is almost upon us here in Japan.  This year, it will arrive on 4 October, and while Japan has a traditional Tsukimi("moon-viewing") festival in mid-August, it holds special importance for the Tsukimi associated with the harvest moon. That makes sense, since Japan has traditionall...more...
1|imageslimKim BLV.85 358 7
Fishing in Japan is a major industry - and you only have to look at supermarket shelves or restaurant menus here to understand why. If you're hankering for a chance to experience some of the deliciousness that is Japanese seafood, here are three great ways to do that. Zaou Fishing Restaurant Hand...more...
1|imageslimMike BosackLV.69 440 6
I have always found that one of the best things about traveling to a foreign country is enjoying the local cuisine.  No matter your race, creed, or religion, we all have to eat, and the food of a particular country--even down to the region, city, and district--can be unique and exciting.  Food pr...more...
1|imageslimSara LópezLV.30 226 6
Dashi, bonito flakes, dried fish... Hidden enemies, our worst nightmares. It seems almost impossible to avoid fish and meat in the Land of the Rising Sun. But is it? Let me tell you... It is possible! But it is somewhat hard. So here is my little vegetarians' survival guide for y'all to enjoy.  I...more...
1|imageslimKim BLV.85 55 9
Tokyo is blessed with a plethora of tasty eating options - not just for your main meals, but for incredible desserts too. If you're an ice cream lover and you'll be in the area, a great little spot to check out is Laitier, in the suburb of Sendagaya. The goal at Laitier is to create soft serve i...more...
1|imageslimJ TLV.22 40 3
One of my favorite things to do in Asia is visiting theme cafes. They're just so cute and quirky, and there's nothing like it where I'm from.That being said,  trying out the Gudetama cafe in Osaka was something I couldn't pass up.Located on the seventh floor of Hep Five, one of Umeda's shopping m...more...
1|imageslimJ TLV.22 251 6
I have to admit that I have a bit of a totoro obsession.  Not to mention a dessert obsession and a compulsion to buy/eat anything that looks adorable.So, when i came across a photo of these adorable totoro cream puffs from Tokyo, I knew that eating them  was going to be an item on my Japan travel...more...
1|imageslimXin JingLV.22 113 3
I believed the first thing that comes to our minds when someone mentions Kobe would be their high quality and expensive beef. Many would describe Kobe beef as a type of meat that would melt right in your mouth when you eat it; heavenly, while some may think that it is just… meat that is ridiculou...more...
1|imageslimKim BLV.85 60 4
Japan is a bit of a mecca for all things mini. You only have to read this article by Odigoer Shiori to get a bit of a glimpse into some of the cool mini things that you can find here.  If you're a pancake fan (is there anyone who isn't?!) there's a great spot to indulge in your cravings at Bear's...more...