Onagawa’s newly awarded Michi-no-Eki is a delightful showcase of Onagawa’s food and drink offerings, and a testament to a town that never gives up.
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.
Miyagi Prefecture has lots to offer when it comes to food. We’ll introduce you to the specialty foods of the region and where to try them.
Sendai, Japan has long been on the map domestically for its rich food culture. Here are some Sendai food specialties to whet your appetite on your next visit.
The Nagasaki food scene has an interesting mix of tradition meets foreign influence. From noodles to cake, here’s a delicious list of what to eat in Nagasaki.
From yakiniku to ramen to dumplings, here are some Muslim-friendly and halal restaurants in Tokyo to try on your next visit.
Nakamise dori is one of the most popular snack streets in Tokyo. This guide will introduce you to some of the best snacks and sweets to try and buy.
Just two hours by train from Tokyo, the hot-spring town of Shuzenji feels worlds’ apart. This guide will show you the tastiest food Shuzenji has on offer.
Vegan ramen might not be very common in Japan, but demand for it is rising. Here are six places where you can get a delicious bowl of vegan ramen in Tokyo.
Tsushima Island launched into worldwide fame with the release of the samurai action-steal game Ghost of Tsushima in 2020. Here are the delectable foods that await you there.
Vegan restaurants are on trend right now in Japan. Here are some of my long-time favorite vegan restaurants in Tokyo that you must try.