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Did you know that tourists have been banned from Kyoto, Japan's beloved Geisha district? Due to increasing instances of inappropriate tourist behavior, the local government has decided to ban tourists from certain parts of the traditional and historic Gion area. (Japan by Food)
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Osaka for Foodies on a Budget! Here are Stephanie’s BEST street food, restaurant and cheap eats recommendations! Osaka is a food paradise, renowned for its accessible and affordable cuisine, including food stall snacks and Michelin-rated dishes. Together, we will explore the best budget-friendly eats around the famous Dotonbori and Namba areas and discover the most delicious, must-try spots in 2024! (Japan by Food)

The food that is prepared at this Japanese boys high school is of the highest quality! This chef takes pride in serving the students healthy and delicious meals, some of the quality of the dishes will amaze you! The students seem to love it! (Japanese Food Craftsman)

Nestled in the mountains of Hitachiota City, Ibaraki, we found a queue even before opening hours. The shop, called Jikyuan, is a soba noodle restaurant. Ogawa Nobuo, the owner, first opened Jikyuan in 1990 in Asagaya, Tokyo. In 2002, he moved to his hometown of Ibaraki and started a restaurant using soba he cultivated himself.

On hot and humid days in Tokyo, nothing beats a matcha gelato. A specialty matcha gelato shop in Asakusa was bustling with foreign customers on Thursday. The shop offers seven types of matcha gelato, each with varying degrees of richness. The most popular is made with the highest quality matcha, which has won the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Award.

This video shows Familymart foods. They started retro cafe fair 'Kissa Famima' and released nostalgic cafe menu image sweets. Melon soda float and pudding were popular menu in old times cafe. (japanesestuffchannel)

We are drinking again! Join us for another nighttime adventure, exploring some of Japan’s most unique and lesser-known traditions – snack bars, or "sunakku," a type of traditional bar, traditionally known as a watering hole favorite of Japanese salarymen. (Japan by Food)