Be sure to check out these limited edition sakura treats as cherry blossom season comes to an end. Check out Japanese department stores such as SOGO, which has limited edition sakura bentos and wagashi!
Finding the best places in Japan to dine!
The island of Tōshijima, just a 20-minute ferry ride away from the city of Toba, offers the best seafood. The fresh seafood from the Ise Bay is bestowed as an offering at Ise Jingū and often savored by the Imperial Family.
Ise udon, available all around Mie Prefecture, is a local twist on udon which consists of thicker noodles and minimal broth. Historically, pilgrims making their way to Ise Jingū would stop for a bowl at Oharai Machi to rest and re-energize.
Sakai City in Osaka Prefecture is a perfect place to try various different local flavors. From anago sushi to Tenjin-Mochi wagashi, learn where to eat the best delicacies!
Touring Japan on a budget? It's possible to enjoy cheap eats anywhere in Japan from ramen shops and conbini to the supermarket and department stores. Learn how to have a delicious, yet budget-friendly meal in Japan for less than 500 yen.
Hot sake or "atsukan" is a staple of winter in Japan. Learn how to enjoy the heated sake beverage and its various forms to keep warm in the winter.
Presenting the Top 5 types of Maguro, or Tuna, you can find in Japan for your sushi!
For Christmas 2016, Nestle has created Kit Kats that can be toasted into butter cookies! Japan’s Kit Kats are renowned not only for their flavors, but also for the way they should be consumed!
The miketsukuni region of Toba and Tōshijima provides some of the finest seafood ingredients which were served to the Emperor and Imperial Family. Learn about the history of this royal cuisine and how to enjoy it today.
Izanau presents dancing squid on top of rice, because Japan. Bon appétit!
Experience the Detective Conan café located in JR Osaka Station. Open for a limited time only!
Try the spring limited edition Uji Matcha Cheese Tart from the famous confectionary PABLO.