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The most intimidating thing about traveling to Japan is the language barrier. Luckily Japanese people are super helpful and will typically go out of their way to assist you even if they don't understand English. But knowing a few useful Japanese phrases will go a long way.

The most intimidating thing about traveling to Japan is the language barrier. Luckily Japanese people are super helpful and will typically go out of their way to assist you even if they don't understand English. But knowing a few useful Japanese phrases w

Man cannot live on eel alone. Sushi may be the country’s most famous export, but Japan’s culinary ecosystem span stellar street food, artful tasting menus, rib-sticking bar snacks and noodle soups that inspire Beatles- (or Bieber-) level devotion. Contributor Emily Saladino explores traditional delicacies beyond the sushi bar. Douzo meshiagare!

Man cannot live on eel alone. Sushi may be the country’s most famous export, but Japan’s culinary ecosystem span stellar street food, artful tasting menus, rib-sticking bar snacks and noodle soups that inspire Beatles- (or Bieber-) level devotion.

For those unaccustomed to Japanese food, even the most common edibles may seem quite odd and, well, unappetizing, at first glance. The first time you saw monjayaki, did you not think it looked a little...weird? Of course, not all Japanese cuisine is unappealing to the eyes, but even the delicious-looking food is st ...

Fanny is raising funds for THE SNACK POSTER: A new creation inspired by Japanese food on Kickstarter! This Japanese snack poster introduces the real classic Japanese snacks and street food you will find in Japan.