Food culture is Japanese culture.
If you can deal without the Great Wall or the Terracotta Army, then you can get on with your life knowing that there’s a not-so-little slice of China just half an hour away from Tokyo.
Yokohama is a quirky city with an ocean view and enough personality to make even it’s big brother Tokyo jealous.
A kaleidoscopic vision of neo-Japan.
A tourist spot it ain’t but this only adds to its fishy charm.
You think you know wasabi? You have no idea.
The Cup Noodle Museum may have the better location, but this buried gem of deliciousness will make you fall in love with Ramen all over again.
Food for the soul during the tough winter, from milky ramen to senbei soup.
Kink, weirdos and wonder at Osaka’s most otherworldly bar.
Home of the best green tea in Japan.
This Tokyo district's biggest claim to fame is that Japanese animation production was born here.
Japan’s high-spirited secret.