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[Asakusa Area] Right in Front of Tokyo Sky Tree(R)! Kaiseki Cuisine at a Hotel's Top-floor Restaurant

[Asakusa Area] Right in Front of Tokyo Sky Tree(R)! Kaiseki Cuisine at a Hotel's Top-floor Restaurant

How about a full Japanese meal on the top floor of a hotel with a stunning view of Tokyo Sky Tree(R)? If that sounds interesting to you, keep reading to discover everything about Sky Tree(R) View Restaurant Ren, located inside Tobu Hotel Levant Tokyo, which is only a few steps away from Tokyo Sky Tree(R), and reachable in 8 minutes by train from Tokyo Station. Here is a thorough guide to what makes Ren so valuable, along with its fine kaiseki cuisine.

Ryotei and Kappo - Restaurants Even Japanese Would Struggle to Differentiate and Where to Find Them

Ryotei and Kappo - Restaurants Even Japanese Would Struggle to Differentiate and Where to Find Them

Apart from must-eat items like ramen and sushi, have you ever found yourself craving for more local dishes on your trips to Japan? Here is a guide to famous "ryotei" and "kappo" restaurants where you can sample traditional Japanese cuisine, as we walk you through differences between the two. See for yourself if they cater to your tastes and indulge in these great gourmet places like never before!

10 Recommended Restaurants in Japan's Nara: From Luxury Restaurants to Local Eateries! 

10 Recommended Restaurants in Japan's Nara: From Luxury Restaurants to Local Eateries! 

When it comes to sightseeing, narrowing a city full of choices down to a single restaurant can be a difficult task, especially in unfamiliar territory. All of the storefront signs and smells can appear enticing before you get to actually try their food for youself, creating quite the dilemma. You also can't forget that Nara also happens to be a standout location in Japan for sightseeing! Between UNESCO World Heritage sites, Horyuji Temple, and the Giant Buddha Statue, the prefecture is rife in attractive places to visit. You’ll find a handpicked selection of the best places to eat in Nara in this article, so you'll hopefully be able to make use of the information as a reference to get the most out of Nara's cuisine!

10 Recommended Restaurants in Japan's Nara: From Luxury Restaurants to Local Eateries! 

10 Recommended Restaurants in Japan's Nara: From Luxury Restaurants to Local Eateries! 

When it comes to sightseeing, narrowing a city full of choices down to a single restaurant can be a difficult task, especially in unfamiliar territory. All of the storefront signs and smells can appear enticing before you get to actually try their food for youself, creating quite the dilemma. You also can't forget that Nara also happens to be a standout location in Japan for sightseeing! Between UNESCO World Heritage sites, Horyuji Temple, and the Giant Buddha Statue, the prefecture is rife in attractive places to visit. You’ll find a handpicked selection of the best places to eat in Nara in this article, so you'll hopefully be able to make use of the information as a reference to get the most out of Nara's cuisine!

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

Since the Edo period (1603-1868), all manner of produce from across Japan have passed through the hub of Osaka, and over time, the city has accumulated a rich trove of Japanese cuisine. Even today, the city's wealth of food selection is extremely popular among both Japanese natives and visitors from abroad. One of Osaka’s many genres of Japanese cuisine is called kaiseki cuisine (traditional Japanese course cuisine). The following is an introduction to 10 restaurants which serve it in exemplary fashion.

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

10 Select Restaurants in Osaka Serving Kaiseki Cuisine

Since the Edo period (1603-1868), all manner of produce from across Japan have passed through the hub of Osaka, and over time, the city has accumulated a rich trove of Japanese cuisine. Even today, the city's wealth of food selection is extremely popular among both Japanese natives and visitors from abroad. One of Osaka’s many genres of Japanese cuisine is called kaiseki cuisine (traditional Japanese course cuisine). The following is an introduction to 10 restaurants which serve it in exemplary fashion.

Restaurants in Fukuoka Where You Can Enjoy Your Meal While Viewing Cherry Blossoms

Restaurants in Fukuoka Where You Can Enjoy Your Meal While Viewing Cherry Blossoms

A lot of people go out to enjoy hanami (cherry blossom viewing) during spring, and there happens to be a lot of spots in Fukuoka that are great for viewing sakura (cherry blossoms). This article provides a short list of restaurants where you can enjoy your meal while gazing at sakura from the window. It also includes restaurants with rows of sakura trees near them.

Restaurants in Fukuoka Where You Can Enjoy Your Meal While Viewing Cherry Blossoms

Restaurants in Fukuoka Where You Can Enjoy Your Meal While Viewing Cherry Blossoms

A lot of people go out to enjoy hanami (cherry blossom viewing) during spring, and there happens to be a lot of spots in Fukuoka that are great for viewing sakura (cherry blossoms). This article provides a short list of restaurants where you can enjoy your meal while gazing at sakura from the window. It also includes restaurants with rows of sakura trees near them.

Top 5 Hot Pot Dishes in Japan! Famous Restaurants Recommended by Taiwanese Expats

Top 5 Hot Pot Dishes in Japan! Famous Restaurants Recommended by Taiwanese Expats

Winter is approaching, making it a great time for hot pot. For Japanese people, hot pot is always present in a family reunion, and it is also an indispensable dish at banquets. Widely known Japanese hot pot dishes include sukiyaki (beef and vegetable stew prepared by adding seasonings like soy sauce, cooking wine, and sugar to the broth in an iron pot) and shabu-shabu (sliced meat parboiled with vegetables and eaten with dipping sauce). Depending on the region, hot pot also reflects the characteristics of the local area! This article will introduce the history of Japanese hot pot, the top 5 Japanese hot pot dishes, and several recommended restaurants to help you gain a deeper understanding of Japanese hot pot.

Top 5 Hot Pot Dishes in Japan! Famous Restaurants Recommended by Taiwanese Expats

Top 5 Hot Pot Dishes in Japan! Famous Restaurants Recommended by Taiwanese Expats

Winter is approaching, making it a great time for hot pot. For Japanese people, hot pot is always present in a family reunion, and it is also an indispensable dish at banquets. Widely known Japanese hot pot dishes include sukiyaki (beef and vegetable stew prepared by adding seasonings like soy sauce, cooking wine, and sugar to the broth in an iron pot) and shabu-shabu (sliced meat parboiled with vegetables and eaten with dipping sauce). Depending on the region, hot pot also reflects the characteristics of the local area! This article will introduce the history of Japanese hot pot, the top 5 Japanese hot pot dishes, and several recommended restaurants to help you gain a deeper understanding of Japanese hot pot.

A Winter Must-Eat! Taste Authentic Motsu-Nabe in the Center of Fukuoka

A Winter Must-Eat! Taste Authentic Motsu-Nabe in the Center of Fukuoka

There's nothing better than a nice nabe (hot pot) on a winter night! When it starts getting colder, just the thought of delicious motsu-nabe, with its chewy offal and juicy vegetables soaked in a flavorful soup you can drink up with noodles or rice, is enough to make your heart giddy. With that said, check out these restaurants where you can enjoy motsu-nabe in its birthplace of Fukuoka, together with sake or shochu (varieties of Japanese alcohol). They're all in the city center and super popular, so make sure you make a reservation.

A Winter Must-Eat! Taste Authentic Motsu-Nabe in the Center of Fukuoka

A Winter Must-Eat! Taste Authentic Motsu-Nabe in the Center of Fukuoka

There's nothing better than a nice nabe (hot pot) on a winter night! When it starts getting colder, just the thought of delicious motsu-nabe, with its chewy offal and juicy vegetables soaked in a flavorful soup you can drink up with noodles or rice, is enough to make your heart giddy. With that said, check out these restaurants where you can enjoy motsu-nabe in its birthplace of Fukuoka, together with sake or shochu (varieties of Japanese alcohol). They're all in the city center and super popular, so make sure you make a reservation.

10 Nabe Restaurants in Tokyo's Major Shopping Areas - Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Ikebukuro

10 Nabe Restaurants in Tokyo's Major Shopping Areas - Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Ikebukuro

The word "nabe" refers to hot pot, which makes the perfect comfort food in the cold winter. The piping-hot ingredients completely soaked in flavorful soup can easily warm up your freezing body. This article introduces 10 recommended nabe spots in Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Ikebukuro, since they're the most easily accessible areas during your sightseeing.

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