So, what to eat?
A country with four distinctive seasons, entirely surrounded by the sea and dotted with numerous mountains, Japan has developed a very rich and deep culinary culture. Registered as an UNESCO Intangible Heritage, Japanese cuisine is known for focusing on the abundant use of seasonal ingredients, as well as its delicate flavors, and beautiful arrangement. Welcoming international cuisines with open arms, there’s also an abundance of non-Japanese restaurants to be discovered all over the country, such as Western-style and Chinese cuisine. World-famous luxury restaurants, casual cafés, delicious fast food – the choice is entirely yous!
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