Food

Sharp unveiled a new model of their "HEALSIO Ocha Presso" green tea maker. It will be available for sale in North America under the name "Tea-Cere" this summer!
New KitKat flavor "KitKat for Cafe", which is intended for exclusive use at restaurants for the first time in the world, was released. You can try a sweet sandwich using the special KitKat now at First Kitchen stores.
New fancy KitKat "I LOVE FRUITS" series is now available only in 2 stores in Tokyo. You are not able to purchase it anywhere else!
Who wants to try a Frog Burger in Japan? If you want, go to MARK IS Minatomirai in Yokohama, Japan after March 21! Oh, and a disclaimer: Japanese people don't eat frogs. (Some people living in the inland area eat bugs though.)

Yoriko Takahashi - March 05, 2015

Nissan's new concept BBQ Car is very intriguing. Open the car trunk, and you will see all the equipment necessary for BBQ ready to be used. It includes an electric grill, refrigerator, kitchen with sink, cookware, plates, spices, coffeemaker, garbage disposal machine.... and more!
NOW AVAILABLE: Sushi Socks Volume 2!
We are afforded the otakutastic luxury of slinging sushi socks for our friends at Tokyo Otaku Mode - which is way better than slinging Farmville or erectile dysfunction pills or linkbait A, B, or C, right? Absolutely right - these are high-quality products made right here in Japan of...high-quality sock parts! Check out Volume 2:
Domino's Japan Offers Heart-Shaped Happy Valentine Pizza & "Kabedon" Service
Domino's Pizza Japan is going to sell a heart-shaped "Happy Valentine Pizza" from February 12 to 15, but that's not all: they're also offering a coupon-based "Kabedon" romance service!

Editor - February 09, 2015

For those who want to spend good Valentine's Day but cannot afford for fancy dinner, how about something fun and sweet like going to eat a chocolate ramen dish? The soup contains 1.5 bars of chocolate!

Reno J. Tibke - February 02, 2015

 SCENE IN TOKYO: Squid Snacks in Shinjuku!
Japanese food is pretty great, but when it comes to the epic range of water-dwelling animals that are consumed and their methods of preparation, non-Japanese can quickly come to the realization that, beyond novelty and stunt-eating for fun, things can get a little bit goofy, if not unsettling.
BREAKING NEWS: AkihabaraNews Embraces Sushi Socks Economics
We are afforded the geektastic luxury of slinging sushi socks for our friends at Tokyo Otaku Mode - which is way better than slinging Farmville or boner pills or linkbait A, B, or C, right? Absolutely right - these are high-quality products made right here in Japan of...high-quality sock parts!

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