Christmas Cakes Since only a small percentage of Japanese people are Christian, people may be surprised by the prevalence of
Even though in Japan we haven’t really had a lockdown, many of us have been going out and eating out
I think everyone remembers that first moment they stumble into a Japanese convenience store, known as a conbini: neatly plastic-wrapped items
Looking for some snacks to bring on your plum blossom or (soon) cherry blossom picnics? We decided to do a
Christmas Cakes in Japan? Please note that this information is from 2019. We will be posting an updated version soon!
Some gluten-free highlights of the Tokyo neighborhood, Kichijoji.
Shinjuku Station is one of the busiest stations in the world, so it makes sense that it’s packed with fantastic
Gluten-Free Vendors I had hoped to have more gluten-free discoveries to share with you. I researched and contacted every vendor.
What to Expect If you’re taking a hike in the forest, you likely don’t expect a convenience store or a
Happy Marine Day! (AKA—”maybe skip the beach this weekend”) Rainy season is finally “coming to a close”—I write this as