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Momiji Tei by Lake Kawaguchi

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JAPAN TRAVEL
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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JAPAN TRAVEL
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 TRAVEL
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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Halal Ramen Ouka

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A Ramen Shop That Caters To Various Dietary Needs
 
Living in or visiting a foreign country is exhilarating, but it can often have elements that are overwhelming - particularly if you have dietary requirements you need to adhere to.
With an ever-increasing understanding of these need...

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Nanashi Ramen

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JAPAN TRAVEL
 
Kanagawa's homegrown ramen chain
Nanashi brings Iekei-style ramen to its outlets across Kanagawa and Tokyo, including the heart of Shibuya, and delivers its own signature Iekei experience for ramen-lovers to enjoy. Iekei implies a tonkotsu shōyu base, popular across the Yokohama re...

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Guide to Conveyor Belt Sushi in Japan

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JAPAN TRAVEL
 
Kaitenzushi are also known as conveyor belt sushi restaurants, sushi-go-rounds, or sushi trains. At a kaitenzushi, a moving belt circulates in front of diners to deliver plates of pre-made nigiri sushi and other menu items.
The first kaitenzushi was opened in the Osaka area in 1958...

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Kappa Sushi

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JAPAN TRAVEL
A sushi-go-round for families and picky eaters
Do you love sushi? I do, but I'm the only one in my family who does. That means when we travel around Japan, it can be hard convincing everyone to go to a sushi restaurant. I'm sure I'm not the only one in this position. Fortunately, the...

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Midtown BBQ

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JAPAN TRAVEL
 
Japan is often fairly light on the meat dishes compared to western countries so it can be a shocking sight to see a mountain of meat in front of you. If you're up for the challenge and craving some nice quality meat selections, Midtown BBQ is the restaurant for you!
 Midtown BBQ
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Katsuya

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Tonkatsu Bourdain Might Have Loved 
If you are looking for a Bourdain-type off the beaten track, hole in the wall, privately owned restaurant run by an elderly couple who have been making the same meals for 50 years, Katsuya is not it. Katsuya is the exact opposite: a chain restauran...

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