The Tokyo station is a crazy maze! Japanese people walk around like ants, workers in Keep reading
A true dining experience (comparable with Michelin-star restaurants), haute cuisine and the crème de la crème of Japanese food, serving, atmosphere and presentation: kaiseki is a must for Keep reading
It is dark outside when we arrive in front of the sliding doors of a tiny restaurant in the centre of Takayama. Keep reading
Lotuses literally rise from the filthy mud to become beautiful flowers. For Buddhists, this is a sacred symbol reminding them to reach for the highest Keep traveling!
We have a love & hate relationship with ramen noodles! Keep reading
While noodles are often associated with cheap ramens for students, we have discovered a wide variety of them in Japan. They come in three kinds: ramen of course, but also Keep reading
Street food is not that common in Japan: yatai or food stalls popping up in the evening Keep reading