Mister Donut: Pon De Ring, Curry Bread, and Happiness

Mister Donut is THE donut shop in Japan. Cheap, readily available, and filled with delicious pastries, Mister Donut would be the first place I would run to in the event of a zombie apocalypses breaking out in Japan. Not because it offers any sort of [...]

8 September, 2013 // 9 Comments

How to make Fake Japanese Prop Food (Melon Parfait)

One of the coolest things in Japan is the fake food. Restaurants across Japan have these vivid display windows filled with lifelike food. It is incredible. Where does this fake food come from? I found out a couple months ago, when a friend took me [...]

28 August, 2013 // 4 Comments

HUB: Your British Home away from Home in Tokyo

In case you missed it, Japan is a drinking culture. I’ve met a nice assortment of high-functioning alcoholics that don’t, well, consider themselves alcoholics. With a night out drinking with coworkers averaging around 3,000 – 5,000 [...]

14 June, 2013 // 1 Comment

Hep5’s Ferris Wheel of Friendship in Osaka, Japan

The HEP Five (Hep5, Hankyu Entertainment Park) giant red Ferris Wheel was one of the first things I saw in Osaka; it was the first thing my friend showed me. I completely reccomend the Ferris wheel – I got to see a great view of Osaka city, [...]

12 June, 2013 // 7 Comments

Tokyo Station: The prettiest building in Chiyada (Japan)

Tokyo Station is a grand, red brick building in Chiyada, Tokyo. It is famous not only because of its name (Tokyo Station) or the fact it is the closest building to the famous Imperial Palace, but also because it has been dubbed the “busiest [...]

2 June, 2013 // 0 Comments

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