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Ginza Nishikawa Shokupan

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Specialty Shop For Your Pillowy Loaf Of Bread 
Walking away from the bustling electric district of Akihabara, I chanced upon a shop that seemed out of place with its quiet elegance. Outside, the noren or traditional shop curtains displays the words 食パン (shokupan). Intrigued and en...

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Yas Imagine Kaiseki

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A Contemporary Take On Japanese Cuisine
Sendai is really a foodie's paradise. The city claims nearly two dozen delicacies, such as its signature gyutan beef tongue, boasts delicious seafood and sushi from nearby Shiogama and Matsushima, and has a near endless variety of cuisine in it...

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Panja

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A Passion For Exceptional Bread And Pastries
 
Our neighbor, an American and long time resident in Japan, told us of a bread shop a good 20 minute drive from where we live. He goes out of his way to get the best bread in the area. This afternoon, we were craving a good pastry to go w...

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Sign Allday Restaurant

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A Surprisingly Affordable Restaurant In Tokyo's Hip Hub
As I walked through the streets of Daikanyama, I couldn't help but to feel like I was at another, more different part of Tokyo. It was totally relaxed, with no signs of striking neon lights, untouched by Japan's famous iconic ma...

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Chocolate Ramen

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Ramen Chain Kourakuen's (In)Famous Valentine's Offering
For my birthday four years ago, my husband brought home a ramen cake from Sweets Paradise. It was a baffling experience to eat because visual cues signal you to expect something savory and salty but the ramen and all its topping...

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Crisp Salad Works Daikanyama

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Chopped Salad Specialists Expand In Tokyo
Crisp Salad Works brings the New York trend of chopped salads to Tokyo's Daikanyama, at their fourth branch in a fast-growing chain brought to the capital by serial restaurateur Roy Miyano – of Tex-Mex specialists Frijole fame.
 
A total of s...

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Momiji Tei by Lake Kawaguchi

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Hearty Hoto Noodles That Aren't Noodles
Japan may be the only country in the world where eating a bowl of noodles feels the same as sitting in a hot spring...
You see, if you've been to the northern side of Lake Kawaguchi (yes, one of Mount Fuji's five famous lakes), you've more than...

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Local Favorite in Beppu: Kame-sho

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One of the best sushi restaurants in Beppu  A local favourite in Beppu, the city of hot springs, Kame-sho will more often than not have long lines out the door for their fresh sushi. Located close to the Hell Onsen Tour, make a visit to this restaurant for an authentic local restaura...

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Mochi Pounding at Nakatanidou

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Japan's fastest mochi pounders
You can eat mochi (Japanese rice cakes) virtually everywhere in Japan, but have you ever eaten it made by the fastest mochi pounders in the nation? In the heart of Nara City stands a famous mochi shop called Nakatanidou, where crowds of visitors flock t...

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Kiritanpo

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Trying out one of Akita's local specialities
After spending time in the kingdom of snow in Akita, the local speciality of Kiritanpo, is perhaps the perfect winter food to warm you up.
There are many different stories explaining the origin of this special cuisine, the most commonl...

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