Hype in food: Sounds of Shabu Shabu

Hype in food: Sounds of Shabu Shabu

Take a thin slice of meat using chopsticks. Dip it into boiling broth inside a hot pot. Stir slowly side to side the chopsticks holding the meat. Hear the voice. How does it sound like? For Japanese that sound is “shabu shabu”. One of the best meals to gather friends...
Kawagoe’s Candy Alley

Kawagoe’s Candy Alley

Kashiya Yokochō is the Japanese name for a small shopping area in Kawagoe, known in English as Candy Alley. North from the traditional warehouse district streets, a sweets paradise awaits for those venturing to Kawagoe. Traditional Japanese sweets The major...
Dotonbori neon food streets

Dotonbori neon food streets

The city of Osaka is known as one of the gastronomy spots of Japan, and most of its restaurants are concentrated in the streets of Dotonbori. Along the Dotonbori river there’s a large number of restaurants, huge billboards and flashy neon lights to get you...
Things to do in Kabukicho

Things to do in Kabukicho

Shinjuku, my second residence has the red light district of Tokyo, and despite it’s bad reputation, Kabukicho was once my playground. Saying it that way seems that I’m the night king of the sleepless town, but that’s not what I meant. The truth is,...
Ichiran Ramen, fastest and and most silent service

Ichiran Ramen, fastest and and most silent service

There is a place for those days you simply are in craving for a quick meal, so concentrated that you won’t even try to start an interaction with anybody, disturbing you from your bowl of Ramen. In Japan, there’s Ichiran Ramen. A ramen shop chain so popular...

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