Restaurant Guide

Every day is a Pot Luck at this Yokosuka café

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This time of year makes for some good biking weather, a hearty meal and a great cup of coffee. So, I took the bike out this week...

Taste the magic of Mike's Tex-Mex in Japan

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Smack-dab in the middle of nowhere is one of the most delicious Tex-Mex restaurants I’ve found in Japan. Mike’s Tex-Mex is quite a...

Where to grab a cold one in Tokyo: Devil Craft

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DevilCraft has become the go-to place for Chicago-style deep dish pizza in Tokyo with quality ingredients and a fresh homemade...

Restaurant near Misawa AB serves up tasty tempura

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Located in the center of busy streets of Hachinohe City, you can enjoy traditional tastes of tempura in a cozy and relaxing...

Korean BBQ for the Atsugi, Zama crowd

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Buffet-style Korean barbecue. To some, the idea of endless grilled meats is about as good as it gets.

Luckily for those...

Champon noodle: A taste of Hirado

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Located near the Dutch Bridge, the 85-year-old Ichiraku Shokudo will serve you up original local Champon noodles. These thick and...

Top non-Japanese spots to eat in Tokyo: Shutters

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If you venture out to Tokyo’s off-beat neighborhood Jiyugaoka, I’d highly recommend hitting Shutters for delicious ribs.
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Misawa restaurant offers a taste of Aomori Culture

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While on a recent temporary assignment at Misawa Air Base, located in northeastern Japan’s Aomori prefecture, a long and rainy day...

Where to grab a cold one in Tokyo: T.Y. Harbor

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Located by the Tennoz Canal, T.Y.HARBOR is the oldest independent brewery in Tokyo. Since 1997, it’s been producing original craft...

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