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We travel to eat, so we’re always looking for that best local restaurant. The one that everyone goes to, because it has the best local food. Check out our world restaurant reviews.

Best Themed Restaurants – Tokyo, Japan

Themed Restaurants in Japan

Japan knows how to eat…in some pretty cool surroundings. One of my favorite things about Japan is the themed restaurants, like the Kawaii Monster Café or the Pokemon Café. They have something for your inner nerd. Vampires, Ninjas, Anime, Video Games, Robots, Fishing, Haunted Houses, Sumo, and so much more! So many adventures!  I haven’t been to all of them yet, but I am making a go of it… one dinner at a time. Zauo I have been to Zauo (the fish for your dinner restaurant), Alice in Wonderland, Ninja, two Final Fantasy Cafés, and the Robot Restaurant. I believe that for a themed restaurant to be decent they need to meet three qualifications: good food, creative style, and fun …

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Delicious and Fun Lunch at the Wonderful Pokemon Cafe in Tokyo

Pokemon Cafe Tokyo Japan.

Tokyo is well-known for its eclectic eateries and cafés. We make an effort to try a new one each time we go into the city. It’s one of the reasons we’ve loved traveling around Japan. Just like the animal cafés and the themed restaurants, like the Kawaii Monster Café, we could just not wait to visit the  Pokemon Café right next to the Pokemon Center. Popular Japanese restaurants can get filled up pretty quickly, and we were afraid we wouldn’t get in. As it turns out, we were lucky and all we had to do was wait for 45 minutes, perfect time to go Pokemon shopping across the hall.

Kawaii Monster Cafe Tokyo

Kawaii Monster Cafe Tokyo

Visiting the Kawaii Monster Cafe is must for kids of all ages, 2 – 99. Located in Harajuku’s pop culture neighborhood, you will love it.

5 Things You Didn’t Know about the Hofbrauhaus in Munich


If you are visiting Germany, and even if you are not a beer drinker, you need to go to the Hofbräuhaus Munich. Outside of Oktoberfest season, it is probably the number one destination for tourists from all around the world. This large, loud, and bustling beer hall is open every day of the year and it is almost always packed. Here you get to do what we think you should do in Germany: drink great beer, eat delicious food, sing loudly, and clank large beer mugs together in friendship. [toc] 1. The Hofbrauhaus is Not Just for Tourists There is absolutely no doubt that at whatever time you enter the Hofbräuhaus, you will find tourists. Lots of them. The beer hall can seat 1300 …

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