Good Eats: Regendo (or Re:gendo)

I'm not a vegetarian but I do love my vegetables. And I'm even more willing to consume them when they're presented to me in a unique way. Enter Re:gendo, a charming cafe in an old Japanese home in the western Tokyo suburb of Nishi-Ogikubo. Unless you're a fan of ramen or anime, there's not much... Continue Reading →

Good Eats: Kamo (Kyoto)

When I was in Kyoto last year, I was wandering the blocks around the main artery of Shijo-dori, looking for a¬†washi paper store. I found it, a few blocks south of Shijo on Higashinotoin-dori. On the way, however, I passed a squat black building with a significant line of people waiting outside the door. A... Continue Reading →

Good Eats: Roppongi Nouen (Tokyo)

**Roppongi Nouen sadly closed its doors sometime in late 2015.** Roppongi Nouen occupies prime real estate in the party neighborhood of Roppongi, making it an odd place for a restaurant that glorifies farmers. Yet here you'll find a restaurant whose walls are made of packed soil and where an herb garden occupies a prominent position... Continue Reading →

Good Eats: Isoya (Kyoto)

I've been on a bit of a veggie kick lately. I've recently started juicing at home and I've always eaten a healthy portion of veggies on my plate for lunch, dinner and even breakfast (I'm a big proponent of spinach in smoothies!) but when I travel, it can be hard to feel like I'm getting... Continue Reading →

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