So you're in Japan, you want to buy some stuff, but you want to save a few bucks? Where do you start? Why not try the 100 yen store?! Located through the country 100 yen stores, also referred to as hyaku- en shops, are the perfect place for the frugal traveler.
Western cuisine in Japan can sometimes be hit or miss. Although good there are times when it misses the mark leaving you feeling slightly unfulfilled. On the other time when western food is done well in Japan is can exceed expectations leaving you wanting more Bagel & Bagel is one of those places that you won't be able to get enough of!
Japan is known for many things one of which being its unique cuisine. Each year people from all over the world travel to Japan and find themselves enjoying a meal at one of the many restaurants that serve up amazing Japanese style food. These restaurants aren't hard to find.
Japan is filled with many places that you wouldn’t think of visiting by simply hearing the name alone. Nishi Iwakuni Station is one of those places. Chances are you wouldn’t likely find yourself making a stop at Nishi Iwakuni Station during your travels through Iwakuni City unless it happened to be where your train was stopping on the way to another more notable destination. However, those who pass by this site are sure to miss out on experiencing a beautiful piece of history.
Although it’s true that visions of cream puffs, turnovers and fluffy loaves of bread don’t come to mind when thinking of Japan you may be surprised to find out that there are some fantastic bakeries here. One of these fantastic bakeries is Andersen Iwakuni located right outside JR Iwakuni Station in Yamaguchi Prefecture.
Curry seems to be everywhere in Japan. From ready-made packets at convenience stores to hotel restaurants and everywhere in between the tremendously popular Japanese style curry is often somewhere on the menu. Although a delicious option wherever you go there are times when cravings for more traditional and complex flavors take over.