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Sendai hand-roasted Senbei Crackers
Local senbei crackers make the perfect snack or gift
The storefront viewed from the narrow street
Sendai Kouren Honpo is a store specializing in hand made senbei crackers. With five tasty flavors and just a five minute walk from Kotodaikoen Station, the location is ideal for a quick snack or to pick up a gift. 

Maizuru Toretore Seafood Markets
The secret life of the Matsuba Crab
Dried seafood and local gourmet specialties at the The Maizuru Port 'Tore Tore" Seafood and Fish Markets, which are just a short drive or bus ride from Nishi Maizuru Railway Station.
The connections between crabs and Japan go back a long way, to the time of myths and legends. Many people know about the halcyon days of the Tale of Genji, of aristocratic parties and appreciation of all things artistic. But then Kyoto plunged into the feudal era of medieval history, with wars between the Heike and Genji clans ending the peace of the Heian period. In the battle of Dannoura in 1185, the defeated Heike emperor and his samurai threw themselves to the sea, and it was said that the Samurai crab, or Heikea japonica, bore the face of the suffering samurai on their backs. Discover the secret life of the Japanese crab at Maizuru Markets, just a short taxi ride from Maizuru International Cruise Ship Terminal.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House Tokyo
Luxury steakhouse, USDA Prime beef & signature sizzle!
Ruth's Chris 6oz USDA Prime Beef Filet was out of this world. Can you see the sizzle? Wait till you smell the sizzle!
Hear the sizzle, smell the sizzle, see the sizzle. It's all about the succulent sizzling steaks at Ruth's Chris Steak House in Tokyo. Originally founded in New Orleans, Louisiana, this luxury steakhouse offers the finest selection of USDA Prime, Midwestern beef.

Prettissimo Tisaneriche Cafe
Don't like the cheese? Let them eat cake!
Half parfait, half cocktail, all beautifully presented. The Mozart chocolate liqueur was delicious with the raspberry sauce and ice-cream.
A popular cafe with a lovely atmosphere, Prettissimo excels at sweets and drinks.

Green Asia, Roppongi
Relaxed south-east Asian dining in Roppongi Hills
I completely agree
In Tokyo's swanky Roppongi Hills, Green Asia serves tasty but affordable south-east Asian cuisine in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere

Little Plum, Naoshima
A friendly, relaxed little cafe/bar
Dry curry and pineapple juice
On the art island of Naoshima in the inland sea, Little Plum is a friendly, relaxed cafe/bar, with inexpensive food and drinks, dormitory accommodation and bicycle rental too.

Coffee at the Adachi Museum of Art
Viewing the world’s finest Japanese garden
The highlighted roots of the red pines, encircled on the mound of verdant moss
Midori, an elegant and modern cafe at the Adachi Museum of Art, boasts views looking out at the world-class Dry Landscape Garden.

Kanga-an, Kyoto's Tipsy Temple?
An unusual but beautiful location to enjoy a tipple
Umeshu and a zen garden, quintessential Kyoto
Kanga-an, one of Kyoto's smaller temples, boasts a beautiful zen garden and a secret bar.

Caffe Veloce - Nationwide Chain
A cheap but comfortable network of coffee shops
Found throughout major cities across Japan
Caffe Veloce is a nationwide coffee shop chain. It offers a fairly narrow range of menu items, but at very good prices compared to the competition.

Maison Kayser, Ikeshita
Fresh baked French bliss in Nagoya
A selection of the rustic pastries that they have on offer at Maison Kayser
This chic French bakery near Ikeshita Station in Nagoya will overwhelm your senses with fresh-baked breads and pastries, affordable lunch sets and sandwiches to satisfy any budget.