Any visit to Tokyo wouldn’t be complete without stopping by Shibuya. Join us in this Shibuya Travel Guide as we cross the Shibuya Scramble to visit unique food and shops.
In Japan, when the sweet summer days are here, it is time to don a yukata and join the locals to attend a Japanese Matsuri (festival). Experience a one-of-a-kind street food fair and here are just some of the popular Japanese festival foods enjoyed in Japan.
Black Sesame Dan Dan Noodles (黒胡麻担々麺) 2 ways: Cold & Hot. Kurogoma Tan Tan Men is a Japanese take on Dan Dan Noodles, the classic Sichuan noodle dish. Here’s the popular black sesame flavor served with chili oil and garlic chips.
Join us on this Harajuku and Omotesando Travel Guide as we tour the headquarter of Japan’s youth culture in Harajuku and flagship stores of global fashion brands in Omotesando.
What are your favorite Japanese noodles? Today we’ll take a look at two popular Japanese noodles – Soba and Udon – and learn more about how these noodles are made, the difference in flavor, and how they are eaten.
Crunchy burdock root and sweet carrot coated with creamy Japanese mayonnaise dressing, this Gobo Salad (Japanese Burdock Salad) is a popular side dish in Japan. Think of it like a coleslaw, this salad goes well with any Japanese dish and bento.