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21 Types of Popular Japanese Dishes & Foods

I’m sure a lot of people would say that Japanese food is some of the best eats on earth. It can be super healthy and refined, or hearty comfort food chock full of delicious calories. You’ve probably heard of all these foods I’m about to list, cause they’re some of…

motsuyaki
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Motsuyaki and Motsunabe: Japanese “Motsu” Dishes

Motsuyaki are grilled animal entrails, offal, innards – whatever you like to call it, it’s the part of the animal that would otherwise go to waste. And motsunabe is animal offal nabe or Japanese hot pot. My first time trying motsuyaki was at an izakaya, of course. It’s kind of…

Cafe by Aman
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Tokyo Food Tour Part 3: Cafes and Coffee Shops

Read part one and part two of the food tours from this year.
In this part, when I say “cafes” I mean cafes in the North American sense, meaning places that specialize in or sell exclusively coffee. In Europe and in Japan a cafe is any casual eatery, but this…

bibimbab in tokyo
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Tokyo Food Tour Part 2: Restaurants

It’s time for part 2 of the Tokyo food tour from this year! Check out part one here for desserts and combini snacks, and part three for cafes and coffee shops. In this part, I’ll be doing some of the restaurants I checked out, but I’m telling you right now I didn’t…

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Tokyo Food Tour: Desserts and Combini Snacks

Some of my favorite posts on Cheeserland are her EAT TOKYO series. So I thought it would be fun to post some food photos from my latest stay in Japan. Check out part two for restaurants and part three for cafes.
So, for this part, there is a lot of…

Akihabara Kurikoan and Japan's Magikarp Taiyaki
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Kurikoan and Japan’s Magikarp Taiyaki

Have you heard of the Magikarp taiyaki? Cool people may think taiyaki are old-fashioned – or so I learned while watching the anime “Orange”. But Kurikoan, a famous taiyaki maker, has revitalized the treat by shaping it into a Magikarp! It was originally only available in red bean paste (anko)…