When it comes to eating in Kyoto, you may eat Japanese cuisine but there are many other delicious restaurants. You can enjoy delicious cuisine within your budget! We have carefully picked out the restaurants that the local people of Kyoto go to.
If you look for decent option to start your day instead of foods picked up at convenience stores or huge buffet-style served at hotels, you should consider morning set at chain restaurants or coffee shops. Here introduced is reasonable Western-style breakfast to satisfy your appetite.
In our Pancakes in Tokyo series, we will be introducing great pancake restaurants in Tokyo recommended by bloggers. This post was contributed by Omaru, one of the writers behind popular Japanese blog Tacchans (http://tacchans.blog.jp/).
Actually, matcha isn’t some sort of special drink, and you can find it in many cafes around Japan. If you mix bitter matcha powder with milk then it becomes much easier to drink. Today try taking a matcha break instead of a coffee break! Here are some cafes where people who have never had matcha before can easily try it.
There are many quaint interesting cafes at Kamakura from those that have existed for many decades to those fancy new ones. We did our research and asked around. Here are the 10 cafes in Kamakura that the locals highly recommend, where you can relax while you sip on a cup of tea or coffee.
Pancakes are known as `Hotcakes’ in Japan. This nation-wide popular sweet and round cake is slightly different from pancakes you find in other countries so it’s worth a try during your stay to taste the difference.
Tokyo is a highly competitive market place of buffets. There are a lot of delicious and eye catching buffets, especially, sweet and fruit buffets which have been around more than 30 years. We will introduce various kinds of buffets from well-established parlors to the latest offerings at the newest skyscraper hotels.
Set up by the forerunner in Harajuku’s kawaii culture in Japan, a new café “Kawaii Monster Café” was opened in Harajuku on August 1st. Everything about the café, including the shop interior, menu and ambience is too cute for words! For those who dig Japan’s kawaii culture, please be sure to patronize it.