The Tokyo station is a crazy maze! Japanese people walk around like ants, workers in Keep savoring!
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 savoring!
It is dark outside when we arrive in front of the sliding doors of a tiny restaurant in the centre of Takayama. Keep savoring!
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 savoring!
Street food is not that common in Japan: yatai or food stalls popping up in the evening Keep savoring!
Even if okonomiyaki can be found all over the country, it is one of Hiroshima’s specialties. So once there, around lunch time, we walk to Okonomi-mura. There, Keep savoring!