There are so many unique KitKat flavors in Japan that you can’t find anywhere else. While wandering rural Japan, I came upon a flavor I hadn't seen before: Azuki (redbean) Sandwich. Read the review to find out how it is.
“Off The Beaten Path” is a new series of posts where we will explore some of the lesser known yet amazing places to experience in Japan.
First stop: Nakasu (中洲).
Obama is a town in Japan, responsible for producing over 80% of all the lacquer chopsticks. In this post, let’s take a look at one of the most popular, yet commonly overlooked item: the chopstick.
Among the thousands of shrines in Japan, Fushimi Inari ( 伏見稲荷大社, Fushimi Inari Taisha ) is one of the most well-known and beautiful of them all. Read this post to read more about this mystical shrine.
Japan is a land of "kawaii", aka cuteness. From anime, to the way some people dress, to even ordinary things such as signs, the culture of "kawaii" is everywhere. Foods in particular can be too cute to eat in Japan. Read this post to see some amazingly cute food from Japan.
If I had to choose one snack which represents Japan, it would have to be the Dango. Dango is a Japanese sweet dumpling made from rice flour (mochiko) similar to mochi. Dangos are amazing because there are so many ways that they can be prepared and eaten. What your favorite type of Dango?
Taking a train is one of the best ways to get around Japan. And the best part of taking the train? The amazing bento boxes you can get on the train or at the station. Let's take a deeper dive into the Bento box!
Japan has a rich history and culture of baked goods. There are very few things in this world that are better than the experience of walking into a Japanese bakery: the smell of freshly baked bread and pastries, the sight of perfectly baked goods, the noise of bakers in the back churning out new batches of bread. Explore the amazing world of Japanese bakeries!
Kakigori is a Japanese shaved ice dessert, typically flavored with syrup and condensed milk. It's most popular during the hot summer months and sold all over the Japan, from convenience stores to food stalls to restaurants. Lots of Japanese families even make it at home since it's so simple to make, yet so delicious.
Chidoriya is a well known snack store in Japan. Established in 1630, they began selling snacks when the Portuguese brought western baked cakes to Japan. This particular store is in Fukuoka, Japan.
Skoshbox piqued our interest since it's a Japanese snack monthly subscription box. We got a few months worth of boxes and wanted to share our thoughts.