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Michelin-approved Motenashi Kuroki in Akihabara serves salt soba that stuns and satisfies

Our Japanese-language reporter heads to Akihabara to see why this bowl of noodles scored its creators a Bib Gourmand, and leaves both stuffed and smiling.

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Coca-Cola Japan releases new clear coke this month, we get to try it before it goes on sale

No calories, no colour and, surprisingly, a slightly different flavour to regular Coke.

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We interview Deadpool 2 star Ryan Reynolds in Japan

Reynolds surprised us all on his Japanese press tour, inviting us to chat with him as he visited temples, shrines and busy streets in Tokyo.

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We visit Tokyo Station…outside of Tokyo

Travel off the beaten track to the capital’s little-known lookalike station.

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Tokyo ramen restaurant has 50 kinds of all-you-can-drink sake, unlimited gyoza and fried chicken

The sake offer reeled us in, and with the dumplings and karaage, this downtown eatery now basically owns our souls.

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Coca-Cola Company releases new line of alcoholic drinks in Japan, and we’ve tried it

Hard liquor is a key ingredient in Coca-Cola’s new line of Japan-only canned cocktails.

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A faster, easier way to make cake: Use a rice cooker【SoraKitchen】

Meg steps into the SoraKitchen, and steps back out with a strawberry shortcake in record time.

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Hokkaido park’s “sakura on the ground” are a breathtaking reason to venture beyond Sapporo

The often-overlooked Doto region of Japan’s northern island is off the beaten path, but should be on your itinerary.

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Make potato chips twice as delicious by soaking them in green tea before eating them【SoraKitchen】

If it works for white rice, the ochazuke recipe can work for potato chips too!

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Fatburger opens in Tokyo, and we do battle for the throne with its huge 1.5-pound US Kingburger

After tasting defeat at Fatburger in America a year ago, we’re back for a rematch as the Los Angeles-based burger chain comes to Japan.

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Japanese hotel has rooftop hot spring bath, unlimited sushi and alcohol, costs less than 80 bucks

Oh, and there’s also all-you-can-eat crab as part of the deal at this hotel in the coastal onsen resort of Atami.

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Reserve a spot at Michelin award-winning Waranokura for an unforgettable udon experience

Our Japanese reporter investigates the Michelin-recommended udon restaurant and nabs one of their precious thirty meals per day.
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Shun seafood sushi with new meat sushi lineup at Japan’s favorite kaitenzushi chain

Sushiro thinks outside the box by letting you stuff yourself with sirloin, kalbi, and chicken tempura sushi.

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With great power comes the responsibility to interview movie stars: We sit down with Tom Holland

The newest actor to play Spider-Man gives us insight into what it’s like to be a popular superhero.

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Tokyo Dome-area capsule hotel accepts female guest, offers free noodles, and has a gorgeous bath

The often-overlooked Suidobashi neighborhood makes a great base for exploring Tokyo, and this high-class capsule hotel makes it even better.

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Will wearing 10 McDonald’s Japan coupon T-shirts at once let you earn money for eating Big Macs?

In our latest attempt to get rich and eat fast food, we test the limits of the Uniqlo/McDonald’s discount campaign.

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Tokyo restaurant has all-you-can-drink sake and all-you-can-eat sushi, and all of our love

Located not far from the Tokyo Skytree, this might just be our favorite place on Earth.

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Where’s the very best seat to sit in on Japan’s Shinkansen? Our expert has an answer

Frequent bullet train passenger Meg says this seat is the travel bull’s-eye.

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Seiji and the spirit of Yngwie Malmsteen barely interview Andrew W.K.【Video】

Once again, our pseudo-interviewer Seiji harnesses the rising force of a guitar god to confront the premier party-rocker.

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SoraNews24’s Mr. Sato reveals the shocking truth: He’s not really Mr. Sato!

Our reporter reveals his real name, but the bigger shock comes after.

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