Enjoy a barium mocktail and more at the Sanatorium Cafe in Fukuoka, a quirky place themed around medical establishments of the same name.
Ryogoku (両国) is perhaps best known for sumo. Which begs the question, are there things to do for those who aren’t fans? The answer is yes.
I recently discovered that Hooters Ginza serves lunch specials. Since it’s located near my office, I decided to try it out. For science.
Ikea Harajuku, which opened on June 8, is the Swedish furniture chain’s first city-style store in Japan. But does it still have meatballs and ball pits?
Located in the basement of MUJI’s Ginza store, MUJI Diner (無印良品食堂) is a stylish cafeteria-like eatery with the classic minimalist style it is famous for.
A quick and dirty guide to the most interesting things to do in Tashkent, for those who only have limited time to spend in the Uzbekistan capital.
During my trip last September, I was able to purchase 5 North Korean snacks from a local supermarket. Here’s my honest opinion of how each snack tasted.
If you’re not going for the Ice Festival specifically, Harbin is better to explore not in the death of winter. Here are 5 top things to do in summer!
Note: This post was ported over from an old blog and originally written in September 2013, when I was living in the bonafide sticks in […]