Although there are many “good luck foods” for the new year in this world, the majority of locals in Okinawa have only one thing in their mind New Year’s Eve: Okinawa soba.
Despite the oft-repeated myth, Coca-Cola did not in fact invent the modern image of a fat, jolly, red-and-white-clad Santa Claus.
There is a reason why Mikasa restaurant, near the Yu-rail’s Kencho-Mae Station in Matsuyama, is so popular: It’s their signature twists on tasty local fare.
Finding establishments in Japan that serve traditional Japanese or Chinese tea is an easy task.
Sushi, tempura, savory ‘okonomiyaki’ pancakes – there are so many yummy edibles in Japan that you shouldn’t miss during your stay.
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