A 3-part series aimed to introduce vegans (and vegetarians) in Japan to the opportunities and challenges of Japanese cuisine. Part 3: the classics of modern Japanese cuisine.
By Anne Lauenroth on June 23, 2016
Feeling like you’re melting in the oppressive humidity can all only mean one thing, it’s summer in Japan.
By Lisa Woods on June 21, 2016
I’m often asked by friends, students and colleagues here in Japan a number of different variations on the same basic…
By Liam Carrigan on June 20, 2016
Indulge in some comedy, some failure and lots and lots of chocolate This Week In Tokyo. If you’re doing something…
By Leslie Lee III on June 20, 2016
While it may seem simple, getting exactly the right baked goods from the bakery can be tricky. Gaijinpot explains how to make a trip to the baker’s as simple as possible.
By Matthew Coslett on June 17, 2016
Does milking a cow, riding a horse, petting and feeding farm animals, taking tractor rides, playing putt-putt golf and eating…
By Quincy B. Fox on June 16, 2016
Is it possible to eat well in Japan with an unadventurous Western palate? How about as a vegetarian? This pizza-loving Brit takes a look at just a few of the options…
By Lisa Woods on June 15, 2016
A 3-part series aimed to introduce vegans (and vegetarians) in Japan to the opportunities and challenges of Japanese cuisine. Part 2: the importance of good communication.
By Anne Lauenroth on June 14, 2016
Summer’s heating up! Keep it cool with some great events This Week In Tokyo. If you’re doing something fun or…
By Leslie Lee III on June 13, 2016
When I first started jotting down my ideas for this blog entry, I envisioned a hard-hitting article in which I exposed the inner workings of Japanese corporate culture and the clash this caused with a British mindset. Imagine my disappointment when I found myself noting down the similarities which surprised me more than the differences.
By GaijinPot Commercial Partners on June 13, 2016
If some establishments have self-explanatory names, oppai pubs for instance, snacks are a lot more mysterious. I always wondered what was really going on in there, but I never expected I would end up spending an evening in one.