In business for over 120 years, “Tsukiji Miyagawa Honten” is famous for its historic unagi (eel). This is the main location for the “Miyagawa” restaurants scattered across Japan. This is where I decided to enjoy a somewhat luxurious unagi lunch.
For those who fly out from Narita Airport, this article introduces some fun spots in Narita City, where you can enjoy until the very last time on your departure day. [Article series / The Surrounding Areas of Narita Airport Part 1]Read Later
In this article we’ll be introducing you to a number of exciting spots within walking distance from Keisei Narita Station (Narita City, Chiba), which is just 7 mins away from Narita Airport!
Perk up with the delicious and reasonably priced Unagi(sea eel) menu at Unashige in Osaka!Read Later
Unashige is a popular Unagi speciality restaurant in Osaka. Because farming technology for Unagi is still unestablished, Unagi is getting more expensive year after year.
【The Second Vol.】 A Close Look of the “Kawagoe Exploration” with the Two Winners of the “Japan Monitoring Trip”!Read Later
The special gift of “2 nights & 3 days Japan Monitoring Tour” for two people collaborating with Seibu Railway and the City of Kawagoe in Saitama prefecture. This is the second part of the trip report with the winning pair...
This article is the fourth in a series of 4 articles in which the charms of Sawara are introduced in detail.
Kawagoe, where the traditional Japanese townscape is still visible, is also a very attractive gourmet town!Read Later
This time, we would like to focus on the attractive local cuisine. So what are the Kawagoe gourmet specialties recommended by the editorial department?
Shibamata is the place in Tokyo where you can enjoy dishes for local people. The editorial team recommends some long established restaurants! 【cooperated by Katsushika-ku _ Shibamata】Read Later
If you have visited Tokyo few times in the past, this time you may want to try restaurants that are popular among local people rather than those for tourists located in a tourist spot.
Return to the good old days of Japan with just an hour's train trip from Shinjuku. How does a bargain day trip using the SEIBU RAIL PASS sound?Read Later
They go back 400 years to the Edo Period, when there were still samurai in Japan. Towns reminiscent of the Edo Period are known by the nickname Koedo, meaning “little Edo.” "Edo" is the former name of Tokyo. Kawagoe City is one of the best-known of the Koedo towns.