Ramen carts were a major part of Japanese culture in the 1950s, but you don't see them very often in present-day Japan.
But thanks to our investigation we turned up a few that were still in business! Next time you're in Japan, swing on by and give them a try!!
Oden is a well-known Japanese cuisine, but did you know that there are dozens of different varieties of Oden throughout Japan?
Japanese people love having warm Oden when it gets cold out.
Who knew there'd be such a huge difference in DASHI (soup base) and GU (ingredients) depending on the location!?
We're going to show you some of our top choices for popular regional Oden!
There are a bunch of different varieties of Japanese tea.
Can you explain the differences between all of them?
Truth be told, not even a lot of Japanese people could tell you, either.
Let's take a look at the different varieties of Japanese tea!
Have you ever heard the word, "kakuuchi"?
Kakuuchi means standing and drinking at a liquor store.
In Japan, there are many liquor stores where you can do kakuuchi, though we will present places with Japanese sake vending machines that will excite adults! Just what is Japanese sake anyway? If you've ever wondered this, then be sure to check out this article!
Halloween's just around the corner!
It's a happening time in Japan, what with everyone dressing up and having a good time... and that's fun and all, but why not grab a seat and have a drink surrounded by Japanese ghosts, or Yuurei in Japanese? You could be in for a real scare!
We're going to introduce you to a scary, fun, and delicious Izakaya bar.