Friends came to visit from Guam so we went to eat at a shop highlighted on Netflix's "Street Food".
A family friendly cafe and restaurant to visit and rest at outside of Tokyo.
Summer for amusement parks in Japan is brutal. Here's how our trip went and at the end find some tips for combating the summer heat.
Hungry? Why not have some okonomiyaki? Also check out this gyoza! Good spot for lunch or dinner at Kyoto station (or wherever this chain can be found).
I visited the oldest tea house in Japan for lunch.
Soup curry, a newish popular dish in Hokkaido/Sapporo can easily be had at one of two of the same restaurants across the street from each other.
Lavender? Check. Melon? Check. Beautiful rainbow fields? Check. Smells amazing? Check.
A winery that has a restaurant. Probably more fun if you go on your own rather than with a tour.
A bit too hungry to wait to make my way to ramen alley I instead made sure I got the local specialty at ramen republic near the station
Learned that maybe herring isn't my favorite fish, but the glow of 167 petroleum lamps is quite magical to see in person.