- Lili Wanderlust
- Me encanta viajar y descubrir nuevas cocinas. Japón tiene una panoplia de platos locales para probar. También amo yoga, café, lectura y ciclismo.
Ogoto Onsen is in Shiga Prefecture, on the West side of Lake Biwa. It is a beautiful location, which is part of Mount Hiei. The Ogoto Onsens are known for their healing properties and attract many tourists, as much local as international. It is a great place to go skiing, do watersports, and finally relax in the healing hot spring baths!
University sweet potatoes? Such a strange name, but such a delicious snack! How did this delicious snack get its name, and how to make it at home!
This resto specializes in macrobiotic dishes but also serves awesome fresh fish and seasonal vegetables. Give it a try while you're in the fun neighborhood of Tomigaya, near Shibuya!
Have you ever dreamt of visiting an island with hundreds and hundreds of rabbits roaming around freely? You need to visit the island of Okunoshima, in Hiroshima Prefecture.
If you haven't heard of Japanese pancakes yet, this should definitely be on your must-try list! Japanese pancakes are much fluffier and lighter than American pancakes. If you're a pancake lover, this is what dreams are made of!
Los bollos que puedes comprar en las famosas cadenas de café a veces equivalen a tu ingesta diaria de calorías. Al menos cuando los haces en casa, sabes exactamente qué los contiene, y no hay aditivos. ¡Aquí hay una versión más saludable de los scones de chocolate blanco matcha! ¡Son deliciosos!
Even with all the food diversity around Tokyo, sometimes there's nothing like a big hearty brunch on a Sunday morning. (Especially after a night of drinking hm hm..) Here are the best spots to try brunch around Shibuya.
Japanese people have a long life expectancy and their eating habits have often been pinpointed as one of the main reasons. Why not put the odds in your favor and start the day as a Japanese person would. Japanese breakfasts are typically healthy and well-balanced. Below is a recipe and an explanation of its health benefits.
If you need a boost on these cold winter days or if you are feeling unwell, you should try Okayu! What could possibly be more comforting than a nice bowl of Japanese rice porridge (okayu)! Here is the recipe so you can try making it at home too.