At the Cup Noodles Museum Osaka, Ikeda, you can learn all about the history of this beloved food, and even try your hand at making your own cup noodles.
During the time when the cherry blossoms bloom you can get a lot of sweets with Sakura flavour. But sweets are not the only foods you can enjoy. There are several other items that come in Sakura flavour for a limited amount of time that you should check out.
Soranoiro, which means Color of the Sky, develops its concept on the idea of providing an organic and healthy ramen, as its name may suggest. Along with the different seasonal ramens they have available, Soranoiro is most known for two types of ramen: a soy sauce based ramen, Chuka-Soba, and an all-vegetarian, Veggie-Soba.
Host Clubs are an interesting Japanese social phenomenon. Unlike "normal" clubs where you go for dancing, you go to host clubs to enjoy the company of nicely dressed and styled young Japanese guys and girls, the hosts.
I want to showcase 5 Japanese sweets that you probably have not yet heard of but should definitely try on your next trip to Japan or if you can find them in a store with Japanese food items.
You probably know the big three Japanese convenience store chains Seven Eleven, Family Mart and Lawson. But did you also know that there is a variation of Lawson called Natural Lawson?
Japan’s rich culinary heritage has much to offer on this front: the archipelago is home to one of the world’s longest-lived people and its balanced diet is often considered a major factor in supporting long and healthy lives. Here are five Japanese foods to incorporate into your kitchen.
Now known primarily among visitors as the home of Tokyo Sky Tree, Sumida ward can easily provide a long weekend's worth of tasty food, Japanese history and culture, shopping, and entertainment. This article introduces five stops worth venturing eastward for.
Here I will introduce 5 of the first few food-related things that puzzled me in this country.