Lisa Hong is a California native whose travels have taken her through wine countries, coral reefs, and ancient cities around the world. Always out to enjoy cultural and gastronomical experiences, she has fallen in love with Tokyo
Watching movies in Japan can be pricey but if you plan in advance, you can find good deals on discount tickets.
If you are in the mood for a succulent ground beef patty, do you seek a ハンバーガー or ハンバーグ?
Whether you are an experienced Salsa dancer or just starting out, you can "Mueve Mueve" through the city.
As a proud carnivore could my appetite really be satisfied with "tofu skin"?
In Japan, the concept of letting the chef decide what you should eat is called "Omakase". Restaurant patrons put their faith in the "expert" and trust that he/she would choose the freshest ingredients and prepare them in the finest way.
Like anywhere in the world, if you eat like a local, you don't need to spend a lot. The trick in Tokyo? Eat these Japanese "fast foods"
Learn the following words, and you've got them down for both languages.
100 Yen Stores offer some of my favorite beauty products, not just because of price, but also quality.