Best Places in Budapest to Eat

Budapest should be known as a food (and drinks) capital. I tried to do some research on Budapest food prior to travelling, but many of the places I recommend here was found by chance. Just by wandering around the streets, we managed to comb down several great places. STREET FOOD KARAVÁN is located just next […]

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Food in Prague – Where to go & What to eat

Prague is known for its astronomical clock, bridge, castle, and cobblestone alleys. Romantic sights are found everywhere in this city of romance, but how about food? And what exactly are Prague’s local delicacies? Being foodies, my husband and I sought out  Prague cuisine at popular places, and below is the list of all the places […]

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Street food hunt in Togoshi Ginza Shotengai

Togoshi Ginza may be the longest shotengai (shopping street) in Tokyo at 1.3km, but what sets Togoshi Ginza apart from other shotengai in Tokyo is not just its length, but its appearance as well. There is a visible lack of utility poles here, making the street look uncluttered and more spacious. The street is closed […]

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Rokkakubashi Shotengai – Old school charm

Rokkakubashi Shotengai (六角橋商店街) is an old-fashioned shopping street based in Yokohama. While many other shotengais (shopping streets) in Tokyo have evolved with the times, Rokkakubashi stays true to its roots, evoking an old world ambiance in this area. You will not find many big chain shops here, but there are plenty of intriguing little shops for you […]

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Chasing Sakura

The cherry blossom/sakura season is almost over, with the highly popular somei yoshino cherry trees all filled with green leaves, though some later flowering variety are still in bloom. I didn’t know there are so many types of sakura, indeed, I had always thought of sakura as a single variety of flower. While there are […]

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Kanazawa Eats

The food in Kanazawa deserve to be dedicated a separate post because they are just that good. Kanazawa is known for its seafood, so basically it is paradise for seafood lovers like me. First up, sushi course in Sushi Reki Reki (鮨 歴々) at Kanazawa Station. Their omakase (the chef chooses what to serve) set […]

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Tasting Sake at Nadagiku Sake Brewery, Himeji

When you think of sake brewers an image of a middle-aged Japanese man would probably cross your head, but have you ever heard of a female sake brewer? The toji (head brewer) of Nadagiku Sake Brewery (灘菊酒造) in Himeji, Misa Kawaishi, is one of the few female sake brewers in the country. They have also merged […]

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