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Kyoto's awesome fire ramen: A one-of-a-kind dining experience - Japan Today



Kyoto's awesome fire ramen: A one-of-a-kind dining experience  Japan Today

On her recent trip to Kyoto, our reporter Mai ate a sparrow. And not, like, in a patty, paté, or some other unrecognizable form, but as an entire small bird grilled on ...

Que Pasa: The burritos you've always dreamed of - The Japan Times



Que Pasa: The burritos you've always dreamed of  The Japan Times

A love of Tex-Mex cuisine and a desire to find quality burritos in Japan inspired Ryota Kurokawa to set off on a burrito-making journey, culminating in Que Pasa, ...

Kyoto’s awesome fire ramen: A one-of-a-kind dining experience our reporter Mai just tried【Video...



Kyoto’s awesome fire ramen: A one-of-a-kind dining experience our reporter Mai just tried【Video】  SoraNews24

As some of you might remember, or are simply still trying to forget, on her recent trip to Kyoto our reporter Mai ate a sparrow. And not, like, in a patty, paté, ...

A sweet retreat in Toraya's tea rooms - The Japan Times



A sweet retreat in Toraya's tea rooms  The Japan Times

Tokyoites could be forgiven for thinking Toraya is theirs as it has been based in Tokyo for more than a century. This famous teahouse and confectioner, how.

Kyoto book cafe serves up cute cat parfaits in traditional Japanese 'machiya' townhouse - Japan T...



Kyoto book cafe serves up cute cat parfaits in traditional Japanese 'machiya' townhouse  Japan Today

Now you can enjoy all the delights of a cat-shaped dessert while immersed in the traditional culture of Kyoto. Machiya, traditional wooden townhouses, dot the ...

Togenkyo: A return to Japan's traditional coffee-shop style - The Japan Times



Togenkyo: A return to Japan's traditional coffee-shop style  The Japan Times

Togenkyo is a cafe curated to the nth degree. Being so self-conscious, even self-indulgent, could be a turn off, but Togenkyo has its charms. Opened in 201.

Sakuya: One of the old capital's best traditional lunches - The Japan Times



Sakuya: One of the old capital's best traditional lunches  The Japan Times

On a mundane street in northern Kyoto is an excellent soba restaurant called Nicolas. Farther down the road, tucked under a nondescript apartment block, is.

Sobaya Nicolas: Michelin-starred soba that belongs in your memory, not your camera's - The Japan ...



Sobaya Nicolas: Michelin-starred soba that belongs in your memory, not your camera's  The Japan Times

If taking pictures of a meal is one of highest forms of flattery in the modern age, then what to make of the restaurants in Japan that forbid photographing.