BIODYNAMIE, located 5 minutes walk from Shinjuku station and offers unusual spaghetti. You can put as much "shirasu" as you want as a topping on the spaghetti. "Shirasu" is a tiny white fish, often called baby anchovy or whitebait, that is commonly eaten in Japan. You should come and see the mountain of shirasu and try what it tastes like!
A lot of Japanese chefs go to study Italian cuisine directly in Italy, and upon having mastered the art,they adapt it to the Japanese palate. Such is the case for this Italian Japanese fusion restaurant. If you're looking for a fine dining experience for a special occasion, this two-starred Michelin restaurant is it!
For all Italian food and cheese lovers, there is one ramen shop you need to try! It is "Due Italian" in Ichigaya, Tokyo, where you can enjoy the delicious Italian fusion ramen. It will give you a totally different and special ramen experience!
Nagano station is one of Japan's main connecting stations to other parts of the country. Nagano city has plenty of things to do and see and is a popular destination for people wanting to see the Japanese Alps and experience the natural beauty Japan has to offer. So next time your around Nagano station here is 5 places to check out for lunch or dinner!
Now that summer in Japan is here, it's a great time to enjoy the beach, some waves and great food! Enoshima is a very popular destination for beach-lovers and surfers alike. Definitely a great place to check out!
What to do when the Tokyo summer heat is beaming down on you? Head to the beach! A nice little day trip down to a pleasant little seaside town, Enoshima, is a perfect location to cool off and relax! Enoshima Beach offers plenty of things to do, including island adventures, sunbathing, surfing, eating local seafood, people watching, bar hopping, visiting the aquarium, unique temples, and just generally checking out the cool vibes of the beach town!
Heading to Kamakura for a day trip? We've done all the hard yards and found the best 5 restaurants in Kamakura. From Japanese style to Italian and Brazilian, there's definitely something that will tickle your fancy! Hed to the beach and check out these restaurants for a bite to eat!
Kichijoji might not be well-known by those by travelling through Tokyo, but it is a favourite for Japanese!! It is was voted last year the most popular neighbourhood to live in in Tokyo. Why you may ask? Because you can get downtown (Shinjuku/Shibuya) with an express train in less than 20 minutes, but it is recluded enough to be calm. There is a huge and beautiful park, all the types of cuisines you can think of, plenty of small and cute cafes, good places to go shopping no matter your taste. In other words, you need to see it for yourself! You can easily spend the day there blissfully hopping from one store to another.