Restaurant and food info - Japan

Eating out in Japan

Food, food, food! Every direction you look in Japan there seems to be some form of eating or drinking establishment. Tokyo alone has more restaurants per capita than anywhere else in the world. The following pages may help you find that particular cuisine you're looking for, or just whet your appetite.

Tokyo Food Page covers over 1000 restaurants, cheese shops, bakeries, wine bars, pubs, and on and on and on...

Starbucks coffee anyone? What's that? You can't find one! Then use their locator map to get some caffeine into you.

BBC UK Japanese recipes. Create your own traditional bento box or try homemade Sushi with Wasabi and Japanese rice.

Japanese Food Report was launched as a journalistic inquiry into all aspects of Japanese food culture.

Japan Food Addict is your Japanese home cooking for the rest of the world guide.

Japanese Tea Ceremony. The Japanese tea ceremony is called Chanoyu, Sado or simply Ocha in Japanese.

Tofugu. Wherever you go in Japan, you will run into local dishes, special sweets, and famous restaurants and chefs. It really is a food obsessed nation.

Recipe Source is for those who want to get out the pots and pans and cook for themselves. Loads of recipes from all regions.

Kikkoman Soy Sauce has a detailed glossary of Japanese foods and related items. Handy recipes there too.