• Chanko-Nabe: Sumo Food
    October 6th, 2010By Category: Food & Dining
    Sumo is one of Japan’s more internationally famous sports, probably because the spectacle of two exceptionally fat men - in a nation of exceptionally skinny people - wrestling one another, clad only in loin-cloths shaped like sexy G-strings is, well, hilarious. What mo ... » Continue Reading
  • Japanese whiskies taking over the world’s bars
    August 17th, 2010By Category: Culture, Food & Dining
    It wasn’t too long ago that consumers outside of Japan even knew there were Japanese whiskies available, let alone ask for them by name. That, however, is fast changing. Although best known for sake, Japan has a whisky tradition stretching back more than a century. It ... » Continue Reading
  • The Harajuku Bar
    August 16th, 2010By Category: Food & Dining
    Sure there is the one-coin shop, 100 yen and a world of fun, cheap goods at your disposal. How about the one coin bar? It requires a different coin, but with any drink at just 500 yen all night, you know that it must be a good place for the partaking of alcohol. The ... » Continue Reading


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