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? Since only a small percentage of Japanese people are Christian, many people might be surprised by
You do not need to be in Japan long to see that alcohol, sake, is available almost anytime, anywhere. Whether you’re
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
In Part 1 of this series, we explained how to identify the list of ingredients on packaging and how to
One of the most labor intensive aspects of gf life is reading labels. We spend (and waste) TOO much time
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