Gyomu Supa has quite a range of vegan items if you know where to look! 😉 Anna shared all of Hanamasa’s secrets, so I’m ready to spill Gyomu’s vegan goodies
Veganism has a reputation for being expensive and inaccessible, but it is actually fairly cheap if you shop smartly.
One of the best places in the city for vegan grocery shopping
Due to the current status in public health, we all are banished to our homes for a significant amount of time. This presents for a lovely opportunity to try our
Coconoma Season Dining is a well-kept secret, smack in the middle of the Nishi Azabu triangle, between Roppongi Station, Hiroo, and Nogizaka station, conveniently out of the way of the
If you are planning a trip to Yakushima but are worried about finding vegan food, I feel you.
I was pretty anxious about the vegan options, but luckily (as always), I
Vegan burgers have been popping up all over Tokyo in recent months. With so many new choices, how can one know which burgers are actually worth trying?
Well, we've done the
Japan is not exactly known as a vegan haven. Dashi (fish stock) is one of the core ingredients in many dishes and the concept of veganism is still relatively unknown.
Eating out is a treasured part of all of our lives, but it’s hard to enjoy it if you are constantly worried about catching a deadly virus.
Dining outdoors is a
Try cooking with these cheap, convenient, and highly common kitchen staples to help make living as a vegan in Japan a bit easier.
Trying to change your diet towards more vegan-friendly meals can seem like a daunting task, especially if you are attempting to do so in a place such as Japan.
Let's be real, traveling as a vegan in Japan is not an easy feat. Finding options in Tokyo can be difficult enough, let alone in middle-of-nowhere Japan.
The truest of dilemmas: you want a tasty and delicious veggie meal, but you don’t want to leave your beloved pooch at home! What’s a dog’s best friend to do?
As a vegan in Japan, the prospect of planning a hike and what snacks to take with you can be daunting. While a largely mountainous country like Japan has plenty
Camping in Japan is the perfect weekend trip: it’s socially distant, in the middle of nature, and a way to relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Kombucha, while huge in the western world, is difficult to find in Japan.
Which is ironic, given that it is a Japanese word for kelp tea (kombu = kelp, cha =
Summer is finally here! Along with the rainy season, you can count on lush hydrangea popping up, refreshingly cold beaches, and the outdoor patios and cafes. What better way to
Cruelty-free makeup, while relatively mainstream in other countries, is not yet common in Japan. And without an organization like PETA to certify brands as vegan or cruelty-free, it can be
Foodie Adventure has been reflecting lately on what we can do to support the Black Lives Matter movement from here in Tokyo. Systemic racism is an issue we could spend
Traveling mindfully and sustainably takes planning and effort, and can sometimes be expensive.
This leads to the usual cycle-- you want to do good, but you don't know where to begin,
Oh happy days! Japan has become more and more accommodating towards vegans these past few years, and luckily I have been able to catch many of these vegan finds recently
One of the hardest parts of the vegan life is not being able to get a huge mixed group of vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores together in one place for a
You may, like me, be finding yourself watching a lot more YouTube than usual during this lockdown. You may also, like me, be running out of content to watch but
This week I had the pleasure of sitting down to chat (via the phone, of course) with the lovely Rachael, the face and factfinder behind the ever-popular blog: isitveganjapan.com. Rachael
Listen to Gizem's podcast guesting at Rolling Sushi: Episode 71 - Vegan Through Japan
There are lots of restaurants and small businesses adapting and accommodating their routines in order to provide food in a safe way. Foodie Adventure thought this was a great way
Roppongi is well-known in Japan for being the home of shot bars, clubs, and the Mori art museum (which I totally love!).
One of the biggest pain points of being vegan in Japan is the lack of coffee shops with alternative milk options. You could walk into the hippest, trendiest-looking coffee shop
Vegan Store, a completely vegan combini, opened in December 2019 in the Asakusa neighborhood of northern Tokyo.
I had heard a lot of buzz in the weeks since the store’s opening,
Read the full Most Instagrammable Food Tour in Harajuku blog post by Britanny of The Sweet Wanderlust here.
Nadeshiko ranks amongst my favorites in Tokyo. A local traditionally styled sushi restaurant inside, they serve a full vegan sushi lunch and dinner set. I stopped by for lunch one
I Tried The New Vegan Katsu at Coco Ichibanya Out with the old, in with the new. Coco Ichibanya, one of the only vegan-friendly fast-food chains in Japan, has a
Let’s talk cheeze! Vegan cheeze.
The trend is slowly trickling into Japan and it’s a lot of fun seeing brands come out with vegan cheese products.
Here is my ranking of all
Nakameguro is a trendy neighborhood just next to swanky Daikanyama. It’s a great place to just take a stroll, either along the Meguro River or through its small streets lined
As an ex-New Yorker, I was extremely excited to learn that Superiority Burger was coming to Tokyo. A legendary vegetarian/vegan restaurant in the East Village of NYC, it has won
Walking down the streets of Tokyo as a vegan you may feel like you are missing out on an essential foodie experience: Japanese soft cream, or rather, ice cream.
If you’re like me and you are always on the hunt for a great vegan burger, then you need to try out this list! Tokyo is home to some of
Pizza nuts welcome here! A little secret, I am a tiny bit of a pizza fiend. It is a running joke in my family about who eats pizza more often
Bonenkai, which literally means “forget the year party” (bo=forget, nen=year, kai=party), is a Japanese tradition that takes place around December each year. Typically celebrated with friends and coworkers, it’s a
Olu Olu Cafe is a cozy Hawaiian themed cafe that is smack dab in the middle of three stations. It is pretty close to Shibuya and you should take the
Read the Harajuku Instalicious Tour blog post by Jean of Traveling Honey Bird.
Saido is a completely plant-based restaurant located in the trendy neighborhood of Jiyugaoka. Upon entering Saido’s gorgeous interior, you will be welcomed instantly by the lovely staff and feel right
Listen in as Gizem dive in with Meljo Catalan to know more about what Foodie Adventure Japan mission & vision!
These are the shops that I have found so far that offer vegan gyoza.
With so many wonderful vegan restaurants in Tokyo, it is hard to choose which one is my favorite, let alone which is my favorite dish.
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