Do you know what excites us most about summer in Japan? The release of limited edition summer drinks! One of the most popular fruit in Japan during the summertime is watermelon. And what’s not to love about watermelon? It’s perfectly sweet and offers a world of refreshment!
For that reason, we are absolutely head over heels with this Japan-exclusive Watermelon Salt Fanta! It’s incredibly refreshing on the hottest of days and comes in a beautiful shade of pink. But what makes this drink more unique is the added salt that helps prevent heat stroke by making up for salts the body may sweat out during the day.
Hello guys! I grew up in Australia and love nature. Please say hi if you are from the area! My goal is to taste all different Kit-kat flavors from all over Japan!
You may have seen or heard of a fruit in some of your favorite Japanese dishes, called yuzu. But what is yuzu? Cultivated in Japan, this tiny, yellow, wrinkled ball of citrus fruit is ¾ the size of a golf ball and has a unique flavor that is easily recognizable.
Japan loves a good party, so everyone needs a bit of extra energy from time to time. If you do too, make like a Japanese salaryman and have a Japanese energy drink from a convenience store for breakfast.
Unlike the West, in Japan, Christmas is not a religious event. Rather, just like Halloween and Valentines Day, Christmas season is simply party time. So then, what kind of Japanese Christmas food do people have to get their winter holiday parties started? Let’s find out!
It’s the spookiest time of the year once again – Halloween! And Japan is not shy when it comes to limited edition sweets and snacks. Never to be outdone are the offerings from Starbucks Japan! This year they are adding plenty of fall flavors to their Halloween drink (and we’re here for it)! And who…
Around 2016, a certain set of images went viral that featured a bunch of adorable beady-eyed hamster shaped objects on a baking sheet. People all over the internet re-tweeted, blogged, or reposted the images all over the internet with titles that used the phrase “Japanese hamster bread.” However, for every post talking about it, there…