A Cool Guide to Japan - Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto — BARCELONA FOOD EXPERIENCE
Restaurants in play an important role in Japan. Although, going to a restaurant is done occasionally, eating out in Japan is about both the experience and the food. Japanese restaurants typically specialize in one particular type of food that is done very well. For example, sushi, ramen, or shabu shabu.
A typical Japanese kitchen has: - marble or wood countertops - a large sink - cabinets - fridge and freezer - stove with one to four burners - electric rice cooker - microwave
French Fry Vending - Japan - My Own Sweet Thyme
Remembering Melk and the crispy hot French Fries that came from the vending machine there we dug up the 350 yen, fed them into the machine and waited.
the wonderwall vegeo vegeco nezu store draws upon old japanese shops
wonderwall /masamichi katayama have designed the new 'yaoya' fruit and vegetable shop in tokyo to embody an honest and authentic philosophy.
Japan’s Best Kept Secret: Wakayama Travel Guide
A fish market in Japan selling fresh seafood. Around the outside of the market, numerous restaurants sell food made with ingredients purchased from this very market.
12 Important Phrases to Know Before You Enter a Japanese Convenience Store (And How to Respond to Them!)
Have you ever been to a convenience store in Japan and wondered what the staff might be saying? What about those times when you are standing at the register, completely baffled by what they're asking and you are just at a loss for words on how to reply? This is actually a pretty common experience, and so we have picked out 12 key phrases to give everyone a better understanding of how to make use of these lovely, convenient places that can make your Japan trip so much easier.