13 of the most Instagrammable foods in Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan, has a lot of beautiful, cute, and giant foods. Some popular Instagrammable foods include larger-than-life rainbow cotton candy, Totoro-shaped cream puffs, and technicolor sundaes and cakes. The city also offers animal-shaped pastries and special Hello Kitty sweets. Adorable, colorful eats can be found in cafes and sit-down restaurants throughout the city, so I spent four days searching for a few of the most photogenic ones. Here are some of the most Instagrammable foods in Tokyo.

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: The Most Over-The-Top Chocolate Dessert Baskets

You can never go wrong with giving the gift of pure indulgence! This holiday season take the guesswork out of gift-giving and send your friends and family something that you’re certain they’ll enjoy: a gift basket full of chocolaty deliciousness! From truffles, bonbon and bars to dipped fruits, drizzled creations and crunchy chocolate-coated bites, this selection of top-notch gift baskets has you covered!

StarChefs 2019 Congress: Sustainability From A Butchers Perspective

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Locally Made: 5 Lively Breweries To Try In Fargo, North Dakota

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10 Hole-in-the-Wall NYC Restaurants

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Never Had Peruvian Nikkei? Head To San Francisco Hotspot KAIYŌ To Get Your Fill of Innovative Japanese-Peruvian Cuisine.

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A Culinary Exploration of Southern Italy

Calabria is a stunning coastal region surrounded by the crystal-clear blue waters of the Ionian and Tyrrhenian Seas, rocky coasts and umbrella-dotted sandy beaches. Inland are endless acres of lemon, orange and olive trees, mountainous backdrops and rolling hills. Calabria’s history dates back thousands of years and is a place where you can explore ruins, castles and medieval villages. It’s as equally as beautiful as anywhere in Italy, yet still remains one of the lesser-visited regions.
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