By Tom Roseveare
Tsukuba has its own ramen festival every October at Kenkuygakuen Ekimae Park.
By Japan Travel
Just like at major Starbucks branches across the world, visiting Starbucks in Japan is a great way to connect to the Internet not to mention take a break from your travels.
The Drunken Duck, one of the best places to eat or drink in Ibaraki, is located in Mito City (as well as a second location in Katsuta) and offers something for everyone.
By Philip Gregory
Aoi (麺や蒼) ramen is one of the top ranked shops in the ramen battleground of Ibaraki's Tsukuba.
B'z-inspired chicken toripaitan ramen in Ibaraki's Koga area.
Try the incredibly spicy Devil Dragon ramen at Dragon Noodles in Shimotsuma, Ibaraki
The Daigo Cafe serves tasty meals and homemade desserts in a lovely traditional Japanese building in Daigo-machi, Ibaraki Prefecture.
By Sandra Isaka
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