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    Have a drink at a stylish, hideaway bar.
    Around Kannai and Sakuragicho, there are many stylish, hideaway bars. Drop by a bar that catches your fancy. Get a good drink and relax in a bar.
    2019.03.26
  • Shop for special confections for special people!
    Giving standard Yokohama gifts to many friends is fine. But when you want to give a special gift to a special person, there are such Yokohama confections. Shop at these stores selling Yokohama confections found nowhere else.
    2019.03.19
  • You are relieved with allergy-free and gluten-free food.
    It's sad when you cannot find a restaurant where you can eat allergy-free food. Nowadays, we see more restaurants serving gluten-free food. Japanese food and Thai food are gluten-free. Food allergy sufferers should check it out!
    2019.03.19
  • Sweets shops with photogenic, Instagrammable confections.
    Japan's "kawaii" culture is also reflected in its confections. They have great visual impact, looking very decorative or colorful. Post photos on Instagram to certainly attract attention! Here are recommended confection shops
    2019.03.19
  • Restaurants for Japanese curry that keeps evolving.
    Japanese curry continues to evolve on its own and has become part of Japanese cuisine. Curry rice as Western food and curry udon noodles have become a Japanese favorite. Here are restaurants where you can enjoy Japan's original curry!
    2019.03.19
  • Shops for slightly bitter matcha confections.
    Japan has a wide variety of matcha desserts and confections such as matcha ice cream, matcha parfait, and matcha cakes. Matcha by itself is somewhat bitter, but when it is sweetened, you can enjoy a refreshening aroma and wonderful flavor. Great as gifts such as matcha cookies.
    2019.03.19
  • Japanese pubs where white-collar workers can taste the best of the Noge area.
    Noge has become popular with the adult crowd. Besides white-collar workers, women have also come to favor Noge that has become fashionable lately. Noge is widely loved for its warmth and delicious food. Once you visit Noge, you will get hooked.
    2019.03.19
  • Popular coffee shops in Japan.
    Even in Japan, coffee shops are where we can rest and quench our thirst. Japan has many coffee shop chains to drink genuine coffee. Here are some popular coffee shops where you can rest while sightseeing.
    2019.03.19
  • Sushi restaurants after you arrive Japan.

  • Soul foods in Japan we can recommend you with a confidence.

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    Have a drink at a stylish, hideaway bar.

  • Recommended Chinese restaurants.

  • Six restaurants where you can have Japanese tea, rest, and buy gifts.

  • Cafes and bakeries that open early in the morning.

  • Restaurants to savor udon and soba noodles.

  • Cafes that open at 8:00 a.m. for an enjoyable breakfast.

  • Restaurants for Japanese curry that keeps evolving.

  • Convenience stores to the rescue. Where are they?

  • Japanese pubs where white-collar workers can taste the best of the Noge area.

  • Shops serving delicious bread and coffee!

  • Enjoying local sake and local beer.

  • Five restaurants if you miss hamburgers.

  • Popular coffee shops in Japan.

  • Ramen shops, synonymous with Japanese cuisine.

  • Serving delightful Japanese-style complete meals in little bowls.

  • To enjoy outstanding sake.

  • Five restaurants serving the most delicious gyoza pot stickers.

  • Teppan iron griddle cooking shared by all!

  • Buffet restaurants to enjoy the food you like best, and all you can eat!

  • To experience Japan's cafĂ© culture with all five senses.

  • Restaurants for when you lack your vegetables.

  • To savor broths essential in Japanese cuisine.

  • For white rice lovers , rice is truly delicious.

  • You are relieved with allergy-free and gluten-free food.

  • Shop for special confections for special people!

  • Meat festival with yakiniku and shabu-shabu at five restaurants!

  • Sweets shops with photogenic, Instagrammable confections.

  • Shops open till late at night.

  • Casual diners where many languages are spoken.

  • Recommended restaurants for vegetarians.

  • Shops for slightly bitter matcha confections.

  • Pubs to experience Japan's izakaya culture.

  • Restaurants specializing in chicken, including yakitori, fried chicken, and oyako-don. For chicken lovers!