Area:Tokyo

Information about things to do in Japan, restaurants, films, destinations and more.

On a street that runs between Yaesu and Ginza is Craft Beer Bar iBrew and its newer sister bar, iBrew Wired. Each sports a different tap list and menu, but the original iBrew is the more charming. Its cramped open kitchen keeps the compact ...

Towers Craft Beer Bar is a tiny Tokyo institution, which has just celebrated 12 years of operation. The standing bar only accommodates about half a dozen patrons at a time, and I luck into the final free space near the door. The beer selection ...

While marketing vegetable-based food toward health-conscious women is nothing new — ramen chain Kagetsu used slim, smartly dressed women to promote its low-calorie seasonal veggie ramen — it seems like an alienating approach in the long run. Miyazaki assures me, however, that plenty of ...

Whether you dig the earth-friendly vibe or not, the ramen is to die for. The “plain” tantan ramen is anything but plain. The broth is made from peanuts and sesame and has a uniquely delicious nutty flavor as a result.

The Cave de Oyster recently opened in Tokyo Station's massive labyrinthine shopping and food area spreading beneath the station. Run by Humanweb Inc., a leading oyster restaurant operator in Japan that is looking to expand the Western oyster bar culture in Japan, the restaurant debuted ...

Cassoulet; choucroute; confit de canard; riz de veau; pot-au-feu: all the traditional brasserie staples are there. It is solid fare, with all corners of France represented, cooked impeccably and served in large portions best enjoyed at long, leisurely meals, with lots of wine.

Whether you dig the earth-friendly vibe or not, the ramen is to die for. The "plain" tantan ramen is anything but plain. The broth is made from peanuts and sesame and has a uniquely delicious nutty flavor as a result.

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