The friendliest — and cheapest — bar in Ginza is an awesome cocktail spot for locals and travelers alike.
By GaijinPot Partners 5 min read
Let Japan and its unique culture of food blow your mind — and your senses — with amazing “konbini,” exclusive “ekiben” and subterranean “depachika.”
Take a culinary adventure to these Japanese destinations where playing with your food is encouraged!
Lovers of craft brew unite! As spring approaches celebrations of beer blossom!
Offering a customizable chair or bed, pillow, and lighting, plus more coffee than is probably safe to drink.
The "Sakuraful" Milk Latte and Frappuccino go on sale today, along with a new line of pink products.
Hop on board Japan’s microbrew train with this guide to some of the country’s best beers and where to find them.
Whether you love drinking with colleagues or hate it, it’s a necessary part of life in Japan. Here are some tips to get you through your first — or next — work party.
Bowls of Japan’s famous noodle-based soup don’t always have to be served scalding hot. There are several chilled variations that can be enjoyed in the notoriously hot Japanese summer months.