Go and discover the gastronomic festivities where you will find a very festive atmosphere with food stands everywhere. The atmosphere is friendly, joyful and exciting.
Kodomo no Hi 子供の日 is a Japanese festival to wish for the health and growth of children. Check out the lucky dishes and desserts.
Here is our guide to the 16 theme parks and museums on Japanese cuisine where you can discover, taste and prepare all these dishes.
Winter in Japan can be quite harsh, it is common to eat hearty meals like stews, fondues, ramen…
Celebrate Setsubun, the arrival of spring in Japan! You can enjoy traditional Japanese dishes. Discover them in this article!
Yoshoku cuisine merges Western ingredients and cooking techniques into a Japanese style. An aspect of Japanese cuisine to discover.
Nanakusa gayu is the traditional Japanese breakfast on January 7th. It contains 7 herbs and rice porridge to purify the body.
Following our article on Christmas in Japan, New Year’s Eve in Japan immediately takes the lead. Indeed, this festival has several important aspects and is spread over several days with delicious traditional Japanese meals!
In Japan, matsuri or traditional and popular festivals are very numerous all year long. Find in this article a selection of Japanese sweet and savory dishes eaten during these festivals.
Kyoto is a beautiful city to visit during a stay in Japan, there are many culinary specialties that we recommend.