Osaka Food Specialties: Top 5 Foods For First Timers

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Last Updated October 29th, 2018Like we mentioned in our last Osaka article, Osaka is one of the best food cities in Japan. Food is everywhere, so it’s hard to know where to start. But, never fear, we’ll introduce you to some Osaka food specialties to get you off to a good start. To get started, we will introduce you to … Read More

Fresh Japanese Tofu Will Blow Your Mind

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Last Updated March 15th, 2018You probably think you already know about Japanese tofu… You’ve seen it in the grocery store in boxes or in square plastic containers. You know that vegetarian meals often use it as a source of protein. Maybe you love it already or maybe you don’t, but it all seems pretty similar. Well, however you feel about … Read More

What’s TKG (Tamago Kake Gohan)?

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Last Updated March 15th, 2018Tamago Kake Gohan (TKG) is one of the simplest (and tastiest) dishes in Japan. It used to be a breakfast staple for many Japanese people but slowly lost out to pastries and other quick food options. It’s basically just rice and egg, but many travelers are turned off by it at first… because it’s made with … Read More

Explore The Hidden Beauty Of Hokkaido, Japan

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Last Updated July 13th, 2018As much as we love Tokyo, we also want to show you some of the places a lot of travelers miss. Hokkaido, Japan is one of those places and you shouldn’t miss it. Within a short 1 1/2 hour flight from Tokyo, you can see some of the most scenic parts of Japan. A post shared by … Read More

What To Eat in Okinawa (And Why You Should Go)

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Last Updated July 13th, 2018Okinawa is totally different from the rest of Japan. For starters, it’s a tropical island with beautiful beaches, lush vegetation, and fantastic weather. But, there’s a lot more going for it than that. Before it became a part of Japan, Okinawa had its own distinct culture and traditions which still play a large role in society. Yet, … Read More