Best Cafes to Work from in Central Tokyo

January 26, 2018 by Jason Gatewood

Here in Japan, the image of the hardworking, tie-and-collar, briefcase toting salaryman is still alive and well; my daily commute aboard some of Tokyo’s most notoriously crowded trains is chocked full of them (including myself I suppose.) But just as in the rest of the developed world, the place where work is getting done is […]

Sake Tasting in Tokyo

January 20, 2018 by Mark Guthrie

Sake, of course, is famous around the world for being Japan’s national drink. Though the drinking of Chinese alcohol is thought to predate recorded history, it is believed that sake as it is currently known – made up of rice, water and ‘kōji’ mold – dates from around the Nara period (710 to 794), and then later […]

International Supermarkets in Tokyo

January 20, 2018 by Mark Guthrie

Japanese food is celebrated the world over, and you are perhaps lucky to live in a country in which the cuisine is held in such high regard. However, sometimes you just hanker after something that tastes of home. Fortunately, some supermarkets cater in particular to those wishing to purchase international foods. While products on sale at […]

Tokyo Food Apps Bring the Restaurant to Your Door

December 26, 2017 by Jason Gatewood

At some point it will happen. Even though you’re in Tokyo, one of the world’s best cities to dine in, you’ll eventually either run out of meal ideas, or simply want to stay home and chill. Luckily for you, life in the big city means almost anything can be delivered right to your front door. […]

Fratelli Paradiso: Great Italian Food in Omotesando Hills

October 27, 2017 by admin

In 2001 ‘Fratelli Paradiso opened the doors to in Potts Point, Sydney Australia, where it is a the staple of the Sydney food scene due to its consistently good Italian food and inimitable hospitality.  The Ometesando shop itself is unpretentious and cool. You will find a handwritten menu on the black chalk board and artists and creative […]

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