For anyone that has travelled to Japan before, you will understand the fervour that you acquire for the food and culture, and the unwavering appetite and despair that you feel after your return home. While there are a few places in Melbourne to satiate to a certain extent, the fresh sashimi and sushi cravings you begin to have, there’s no where quite like Japan. With just the mere mention of the words “just like in Japan”, I know many people who will be scrambling and demanding for the name and address.
Japan, the land of the rising sun; I’ve travelled here numerous times, entranced by the juxtapositions of the traditional ways and fast-paced society. Having the most Michelin stars awarded in their capital city, it certainly is a food Mecca. As a tourist, it is definitely one of the easiest and most accommodating countries to travel through albeit, having a grasp of the language helps immensely!
Hey everyone! By the time you’re reading this, I’ll be on a big jet plane to Tokyo and wearing my stretchy pants to eat my way through Tokyo and Seoul.
I’ve already planned my eating itinerary and I can’t wait to share all my eats with you when I get back.
In the meanwhile, be sure to follow my travel and eating adventures on my instagram account.