Capital of Japan, the global mega city.Enjoy your epicurean adventure from traditional Edo style food including soba noodles, sushi, and tempura to Chinese, French and Italian in this cosmopolitan gourmand city. Whether you crave for an extravagant course dinner or a low cost vendor food, you can find whatever you want when you want it.
A city for epicurean extravagance.Takoyaki and hot pot with flavorful soup is the soul food of Osaka people, and the source of energy for this vibrant city. Thanks to the well-developed water transportations, local specialties were gathered here from all corners of the country, and Osaka became known as the "Pantry of Japan." Osaka can energize you...
An old capital city with a 1,000-year-old history where traditional comes alive
Colorful arrangement, subtle flavor, and sophisticated taste. You must exert all five senses to enjoy the culinary culture of Kyoto. It is a crystallization of long history and culture of Japan. Time passes slowly and elegantly here, and refined estheticism...
Treasure box of fresh ingredients grown in rich soil of the magnificent northern land.
Incredibly freshfish and sea food, fresh vegetables, and succulent meat with rich flavor. Hokkaido is a gigantic farmer's market. As you enjoy wholesome local cuisine that is as heartwarming as the friendly people of Hokkaido, you will feel the throbbing heartbea...
A resort in a city.
Kanagawa symbolized the beginning of new history for Japan when it opened its port to foreign countries. Indeed, Kanagawa is a crossroad of different cultures. The exotic port town of Yokohama with foreign influence is known for its Chinese restaurants and seafood cuisine. As you travel to the south and approach Shonan area...
Aichi is a beautiful and temperate area, southwest of Tokyo. Known for their Nagoya meshi, which means "meal", Aichi provides a wide variety of mouth-watering dishes to appease any appetite A unique food culture with international influences awaits you here.
Leading the food culture of Japan with gifts from two seas.
Hyogo is the only prefecture in Japan that faces both the Sea of Japan and the Seto Inland Sea. It is literally a treasure box of fresh seafood. In addition to the famous red snappers from Akashi and sand lance cooked with soy sauce and ginger, Hyogo offers a variety of...
The largest city in Kyushu
Fukuoka is full of attractive places such as Nakasu, the most famous food stall district in Japan, busy office area of Hakata, and Tenjin known as the shopping heaven. Fukuoka has a long history of sea trade with the Asian continent, and you can enjoy a unique fusion of local and Asian cuisine such as spicy cod roe and Mi...
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