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Shokuyoku no aki. The Japanese term to paint autumn as the season for eating, or directly translated as 'the fall appetite'. The cold crisp months of September through November invites a change in palate
The 3rd “JAPAN’S FOOD” EXPORT FAIR – an exclusive trade show for importers and international buyers to import Japan’s foods and beverages, will be held from 27-29 November in Japan.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the Japan Travel and Tourism Association (JTTA) and Gurunavi have released the new UNWTO Report on Gastronomy Tourism: The Case of Japan.
At the fully automatic Henn na Cafe (Strange Cafe), a robot serves both freshly brewed filter coffee and delicious coffee specialities from the Melitta Cafina XT4. Just 10 square metres in size, the new
Visitors to Japan will soon be able to indulge in more of the country’s gastronomic delights, made possible by the collaboration between travel site, TripAdvisor, and Japan’s leading restaurant search
Felipe Ytuarte and his wife started their journey as restaurateurs when they were just young students. Entering the industry as a dishwasher, Felipe climbed through the various positions within the Japanese
Japanese culture is often close to home for Americans, whether it’s at a sushi or ramen restaurant, a karaoke bar, a karate studio, Hello Kitty items in the local toy store, anime, origami, samurais, or
TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, has announced its collaboration with Japan’s leading restaurant search site Gurunavi Inc. to provide global travellers with the ability to plan and book more
Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) has inaugurated a global multilingual campaign “Enjoy my Japan” that seeks to entice long-haul travelers to visit Japan and explore the country beyond the well-known
Kyoto fell from its perch as the world's top tourist city in survey rankings compiled by the influential U.S. magazine Travel + Leisure, which dropped Japan's ancient capital to No. 6. Charleston, South