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? Why not find some cafes and restaurants that cater to
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. There really is nothing quite like plopping down your tent
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 spend the weekend than a nice quick trip down to
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 pages and pages writing about, but instead, we would like
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, and you end up not doing anything.
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 in Tokyo! Just in the past month, there have been
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 and I have known each other for about a year,
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 to help out the local community, as well as find