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Slices Cafe and Bar
Delicious pizza by the slice in Osaka
Slices Cafe and Bar, pizza by the slice in Osaka

Steakhouse Premium Pound
Enjoy top-quality, dry-aged Kobe beef in Kamiya-cho
Steakhouse Pound PREMIUM Kamiya-cho offers customers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to taste dry-aged Kobe beef right in the heart of Tokyo.

Nana's Green Tea Café
The best place in Tokyo for your matcha needs
In the shopping centre of Tokyo Skytree, Nana's Green Tea Café offers a wide variety of matcha-flavoured drinks, cakes and other delights

Cafe Sorte
A coffee experience in a traditional Japanese kura
Cafe Sorte. A coffee experience in a traditional Japanese kura

Starbucks Dazaifu by Kengo Kuma
Possibly the most beautiful Starbucks café in Japan
Making use of 2,000 pieces of wood batons, the interior of Starbucks Dazaifu is literally cocooned by a weave of cedar wood. This amazingly beautiful Starbucks café was designed by none other than world-renowned architect Kengo Kuma.

Hatanodai's Kitchen Hanna Mamma
A quaint Italian bistro in Tokyo's Shinagawa Ward
Visit Hatanodai's 'Kitchen Hanna Mamma' in Shinagawa Ward to dine on delicious, reasonable Italian served by a friendly owner in a quaint bistro-style cafe.

Nanashi Ramen
Kanagawa's homegrown ramen chain
Nanashi brings Iekei-style ramen to its outlets across Kanagawa and Tokyo, including the heart of Shibuya, and delivers its own signature Iekei experience for ramen-lovers to enjoy.

Ura Cafe
Spacious cafe on the edge of Kumamoto
Ura Cafe offers coffee, cake and all-day eats at a location a stone's throw from the Kyushu Expressway.

Tohichi Ramen Restaurant Kyoto
A harmony of home-made noodles and clear soup
Tohichi is a new Ramen noodle restaurant in Kyoto, featuring superb clear soup and home-made noodles with Jidori chicken

Ginza, A Photographer's Paradise
The magic of Yakitori Alley and the glitzy Ginza
Yakitori Alley in Ginza is absolutely amazing at night; the restricted paths full of colorful lanterns, smoke, and the aroma of cooking food make for a very thrilling and pulsating experience. The changes in light, the radiance of lanterns with smoke flying around their artificial beams, and men and women walking through the cramped spaces all fuse together and provides a paradise for any street photographer. It is an authentic experience, certainly Asian, as opposed to materialistic shopping streets can could look at home in any busy city. Yakitori isn't just a heaven for photographers though - it's also a heaven for those who love Japanese food. It is famous for its food, filled with little restaurants with an exciting and intimate feel. The street ambience will provide an unforgettable dining experience.