Browsing articles tagged with " Minato-ku"
May 11, 2012
Francesco Agresti

Wakanui

By Jeff W. Richards

You may associate slab o’ meat cookin’ with Texas-style BBQ, but Wakanui Grill Dining in Higashi Azabu is out to change your mind. Specializing in meat-on-the grill dining with all ingredients sourced from New Zealand, Wakanui opened in April of last year and is gaining a foothold in the upscale—and decidedly non-veggie—Tokyo foodie circles.

Continue reading »

Mar 16, 2012
Francesco Agresti

Resident Interview: Sophie

Sophie and her family have spent the last three and a half years enjoying the city life in the foreigner-friendly area of Moto-Azabu. We hear what she has to say about life in her third Japanese home, as well as her thoughts and experiences on living in the urban jungle.

Continue reading »

Mar 9, 2012
Francesco Agresti

White Smoke

Ken Blog

 

By Jeff W. Richards

The grilled meat renaissance in Tokyo is being led by Craig White. With grills like Yokohama’s Baird’s Bashamichi Taproom, the Wakanui in Higashi Azabu and constant openings of premium burger joints, meat lovers have reason to celebrate—and White Smoke may just be the altar to which we niku-tarians pray.

Continue reading »

Mar 4, 2012
Francesco Agresti

Resident Interview: Lisa

For the past five years, Lisa has been living happily in Tokyo with her husband and two teenage children. The family has just recently moved into their second new Tokyo home, while the teenage siblings near the end of their middle school studies.

Continue reading »

Feb 24, 2012
Francesco Agresti

Resident Interview: Nina

Long term Tokyo resident Nina shares her thoughts and experiences on her neighborhood and wonderfully lit apartment. Nina has been living in Japan for six years with her husband and three children.

Continue reading »

Feb 17, 2012
Francesco Agresti

Resident Interview: Iwona

On January 6th, Iwona, her husband Peter, their three young children, and their canine companion “Toto” made the big move to Tokyo. Fresh from a stint Singapore, Japan is the sixth country they have called home.

Continue reading »