For elderly travellers seeking not just a meal, but a memorable dining experience, Japan has a myriad of options that cater to diverse tastes and preferences.
Izakayas showcase Japanese dining culture through traditional wood interior and paper lanterns in a beautiful Japanese decor.
Kaiseki is a multi-course meal that reflects the changing seasons, and features meticulously crafted dishes.
Japan’s tea houses, known as chaji or chakai, provide a serene escape for those looking to unwind amid the beauty of nature.
Tempura, a dish where seafood and vegetables are lightly battered and deep-fried, has been embraced and perfected by the Japanese.
Sushi bars, or sushi-ya, are establishments where skilled chefs craft bite-sized delights using the freshest of seafood.
Noodle shops, or ramen-ya and udon-ya, are ubiquitous across Japan, with each shop boasting its own unique broth and noodle varieties.
Compiled By Himani Verma