Japanese cider has unique qualities that make it distinct and these special hard ciders from Aomori, Japan’s apple capital, are no exception.
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.
Ayu fish or ayu sweetfish are a symbol of Japanese summer. Here’s everything you need to know about the delectable ayu fish and how to eat it.
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.
Awamori is Japan’s oldest distilled liquor. With more than 600 years of history, this fascinating Okinawan drink has unique flavor profiles that will surprise.
We’ll explore the common sashimi garnishes and whether you should eat them – the seaweeds, the flowers, the leaves, the daikon strings – or not.
Most people have heard of it, but just what is okonomiyaki? And what is the difference between Osaka okonomiyaki (Kansai-style) and Hiroshima okonomiyaki?
‘Chitose ame’ is the traditional sweet of the ‘Shichi go san’ festival that celebrates the health and longevity of girls aged 3 and 7, and boys aged 3 and 5.