Delcious guide to traditional Japanese snacks known as wagashi and top 5 recommended wagashi to eat!
Aoki only selects the premium Hayashi SPF pork which is no wonder why its tonkatsu is so juicy and sweet! The fried pork cutlet is done beautiful where the hunk of meat is tender yet its not oily. My ideal tonkatsu ウミュゥゥ!! o(≧～≦)o
Value for money soba and definitely worth a detour to eat here. Selects only the best ingredients for its customers. Made a reputation for serving out mouthwatering soba noodles. Only counter seats available where you can enjoy the open kitchen with chefs cooking right infront of you ∩(´∀｀)∩ﾜｧｲ♪
Can never get enough of Usagiya’s dorayaki. Soft pancakes and the mild sweetness of the azuki beans…ahhh toothsome wagashi :B Made fresh everyday, so grab your warm fluffy pancakes! Located at Ueno Hirokoji, stop by and buy at least 2! Cuz one is never enough ☆⌒d(*^ｰﾟ)b ｸﾞｯ!!
If you have some time to spare, why not here? Kappabashi got all kinds of kitchenware, Japanese tableware, ceramics and more! Perfect place to buy souvenirs and simply get lost at the place that is now infamously known as ‘Kitchen Town’
Surrounded by sea and blessed with fresh seafood and vegetable, Misaki market is the place to eat and buy tuna. Located in the Kanagawa prefecture and only about 2 hr drive from Tokyo, so why not wake up bright and early and drive off to the Maguro land.
Grab a meal for under 1000 yen in Shibuya. Here are 5 restaurants to check in for lunch and fill that belly up! Value for money, comfy seats and walking distance from the JR Shibuya Station
One Michelin star sushi restaurant located at a residental area. Recommended to go for the dinner omakase course (15000 yen) and those seeking a more private dining experience. With only 9 seats the service here felt very personalised and each dishes showcased the chef’s skill.
Tsunohachi is known for its value for money tempura and recommended by all the locals. I was psyched for my dinner here ﾀﾞｯｼｭ!≡≡≡ﾍ(*ﾟ∇ﾟ)ﾉ Or so I thought….shocked by the long queue of people at the main branch in Shinjuku, resorted me to dine at its second branch. Tsunohazu An (2nd branch) is neither lively nor cheap, … Read More
Popular ramen in Akihabara where the wait can go up to 1 hour. Famous for its salt based noodles which is made from chicken, pork and seafood essence! The restaurant also likes to create seasonal dishes, from cold noodles to duck noodles. Its a place that can be fun to drop by every now and then to check out its latest ramen idea.