Much maligned, by pretty much every country on Earth, British food has come a long way since the days of fish and chips, meat and potatoes and warm ale. Also gone is…

It’s impossible to think about getting your hands on English books in Tokyo without thinking of Tsutaya. The Roppongi branch of the bookstore chain brings an unparalleled level of sophistication and culture,…

In the early 1980s, Asahi-Shuzo noticed Japan’s dining culture was beginning to change. To meet the needs of modern epicureans, they launched the Kubota brand: a crisp, clean and dry sake series…

If hearing the words butter chicken curry bread, curry calzone, fried chicken curry burger, curry cheese sandwich or even curry cream soda has you at all interested, the ninth annual Shimokitazawa Curry…

Returning for its tenth anniversary this autumn, France Restaurant Week is a popular nationwide event celebrating some of the country’s most accomplished chefs as they cook up exquisite French gastronomy while incorporating…

“Walk in someone else’s shoes, or at least eat their food,” said the late chef Anthony Bourdain. The man who shared meals with countless people around the globe knew in his gut…