From pop-ups to hole-in-the-wall joints, I’ve discovered a lot of amazing places in the last year. Continue reading
Tag: Japanese Cuisine
Our last meal in Japan was at two Michelin starred restaurant Florilège in Tokyo. Continue reading
After a few relaxing days away from the city, we were back in Tokyo for another memorable meal. Continue reading
Mt. Fuji and Hakone.
After our first visit to Tokyo, we spent the following days relaxing at traditional ryokans. Continue reading
With a plethora of high-end kaiseki restaurants in Tokyo, it was beyond overwhelming researching all the various options. Continue reading
Tokyo is a culinary mecca with more Michelin starred restaurants than any other city in the world. Continue reading
Yudanaka, a small town near Nagano, is home to one of Japan’s most fun attractions. Continue reading
After an eventful and busy few days in Kyoto, it was nice to visit Kanazawa, a less touristy city with old-world charm. Continue reading
Reserving fine dining restaurants in Japan was a challenge. The majority of these types of restaurants are intimate and seats are limited so reservations are extremely hard to come by especially for foreigners. Continue reading
Hiroshima and Miyajima Island.
Our second destination in Japan was Hiroshima, just a few hours south of Osaka. Continue reading