‘Hamayaki’ beach BBQ was once a popular tradition in Matsukawa-ura, Soma City. Now it’s back on the menu for visitors to try for themselves.
Here you’ll find what to eat and drink in Japan’s various regions, cities, towns and neighborhoods, as well as at specific attractions, restaurants, festivals and events.
Yamanashi not also boasts some of the most iconic scenery in Japan, but delicious Yamanashi food that’s an absolute treat in the fresh mountain air.
Olives are not likely to come to mind when you think of Japanese cuisine, but on Shodoshima island, they are the main attraction.
From seafood and chicken to noodles and sushi, and sweet treats in between, Yamaguchi food has a lot to offer any Japan traveler.
Arima Onsen is a mountainous hot spring resort town known for its delicious food. Here’s what you should eat and drink in Arima Onsen.
Miyazaki food is some of the most incredible Japanese food around, from locally-raised chicken, beef and pork, fresh seafood, to succulent mangoes and citrus.
What you need to know to eat through Hiroshima like a pro. Eight highly-rated Hiroshima food and drink specialties you should add to your list.
Dotonbori is one of the most exciting food streets to visit in Osaka, but all the options can be overwhelming. Here are 12 places that should be on your list.
When you think of Japanese apples, Aomori is the first place to come to mind. Learn all about Aomori apples and where to try the best Aomori apple products.
What to eat in Osaka? We’ll explain the Osaka food you’ve got to try at least once when you’re in the food capital of Japan.