Make Castella, Melon Pan & Anpan at Home!
Castella cakes, melon pan and anpan are three of the oldest baked goods in Japan. Here are great recipes for baking all three at home!
17 (Non-Otaku) Presents to Buy a Japan Fan
Looking for something for that Japan fan who's already got it all? We've got 17 suggestions!
Delicious Chocolates Represent All 4 Seasons
Hurry to grab these limited-edition chocolates from Sembikiya, each representing one of Japan's four gorgeous seasons.
Building a Better Bakery
Check out this renovated Kyoto townhouse that was turned into a cheese tart shop and tech startup.
Dean & DeLuca Bread, Ranked
Dean & DeLuca offers some great bread in Japan—but which buns are worth the funds, and which should stay at the back of the rack?
Make Your Own Enormous Green Tea Pancakes
With just a rice cooker and a few extra ingredients, you too can make your very own giant green tea pancake.
Slake Your Thirst with Sake from Aizuwakamatsu
Fukushima Prefecture is regarded as one of the finest areas for sake brewing in the country. Join our writer Nick as he visits some of the fantastic breweries in the historic city of Aizuwakamatsu.
All About Manneken Waffles
Love that fresh-baked-bread smell? In the Kansai area, you can savor the scent of freshly fried waffles at 18 train stations thanks to the famous Mannekin chain. Read on to learn all about these amazing waffles!
Drip, Drip, Drip Goes the Green Tea
Calling itself the world’s first hand-drip green tea shop, Tokyo Saryo is now open for business in Tokyo.
An 8-Day Journey Through the 'Rising Dragon'
Travel through the 'Rising Dragon' region of Japan, where you'll find ancient shrines, exquisite gold leaf, top-ranked gardens, incredible festivals, panoramic mountain views, plus markets, museums, kabuki and more!
4 Uniquely Japanese Kinds of Bread
Japan has done with bread what it does with so many outside ideas: adapted it for local consumption. Here are four prime examples of bread concepts that are original to Japan!
5 Baking Tutorials from Bread Channel
Want to become a better baker? Then you 'knead' to check out these five great video tutorials from Bread Channel.
Magikarp Becomes a Mouthwatering Morsel
Warm, cute and delicious—the Pokémon everyone in Japan wants to catch now is a Magikarp.
Matcha or Sencha? A Green Tea Primer
Explore the different kinds of green tea in Japan. Discover the differences between sencha, matcha, hojicha and more!
These Shoes Aren't Made for Walking
From the shoes to the laces, along with shoehorns and bottles of polish, everything in this range is made from sweet chocolate.
Delicious Japanese Food—As Bite-Sized Cookies!
The internet has gone crazy for this incredible cookie collection that looks like a range of tiny food replicas.
Pop Open a Box of Champagne Pocky!
Enjoy a second round of New Year celebrations with a box of champagne-flavored Pocky!
Kimuraya: Home of Anpan
With a history of over 140 years, Kimuraya still produces the first Japanese bread success—a bread confection called 'anpan.'
The Melon Pan of Asakusa
After you're done exploring Senso-ji Temple, duck around the corner to grab some sweet melon pan, one of Japan's oldest bread-based snacks.
8 Adorable Animal Bread Recipes
These eight adorable bread recipes will have you purring with satisfaction!