Cherry Blossoms In Japan 2018 Forecast – Where & When To See Them

Cherry Blossom Shinjuku Park

Hanami—the act of cherry blossom viewing—is an extremely popular activity in Japan that both locals and tourists enjoy during cherry blossom season every year. For a short week or two every year, sakura trees blossom and Japan is transformed into a visually arresting sea of pink.

Cherry blossoms usually come hand in hand with the beautiful historical sites of Japan. You can enjoy hanami at historical sites such as shrines and memorials or in one of Japan’s many parks. Take a stroll in the parks, or have a picnic under one of the many sakura trees; spring in Japan is an extremely wonderful time.

It is worth the travel to Japan just to experience this annual event. Today, we share the Cherry Blossom Forecast for 2018 and where you can view them at 10 of the most popular cities and spots in Japan.

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Greater Lot By Cedele – New Collective Food Store With Wholesome Food

Greater Lot CollagePhoto Credit: Greater Lot

Greater Lot by Cedele is a new multi-concept space at Quayside Isle, Sentosa. The collective food store features a bakery, retail store and a casual dining area with a stronger focus on all things healthy and wholesome.

Brought to you by the good folks behind Cedele, the aim of Greater Lot is to keep things as natural as possible. So expect a variety of superfoods like grain, smoothie bowls, salads and lean proteins, cakes baked with unrefined sugar and even beverages that contain no additives.

This is a dream come true for all you fitness fanatics. What are you waiting for? Get supercharged at Greater Lot today!

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Birdfolks – New Eatery At NEWest Serving American Fried Chicken With Kopi

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Birdfolks is an American fried chicken and kopi-centric eatery and the latest food establishment to open up at NEWest along West Coast Drive. It exudes a rather cafe-like vibe but their menu offerings speak of something entirely different.

Fusing the qualities of good old American fried chicken along with their little twist of Asian influence in the form of a dark, robust coffeeshop kopi, this quirky eatery aims to start a new ball rolling which breathes nostalgia in a whole different light.

Fried chicken paired with homegrown coffeeshop kopi? That’s genius!
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Kabuke – New Japanese Sake Bar And Restaurant At Telok Ayer

Kabuke Telok Ayer

Kabuke is a new Japanese sake bar and restaurant hidden on the second level of a shophouse in Telok Ayer.

The name ‘Kabuke’ is a combination of two words—kabuki and sake. ‘Kabuki’ is a Japanese word which refers to classical Japanese theatre and this is reflected in the cartoon performers that are painted on the walls.

Sake connoisseurs will be pleased to know that Kabuke has a well-stocked bar with a collection of Sake from over 20 prefectures! As for those who are looking for some grub, they also offer contemporary Japanese dishes.
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Jin Ho Mia – Grain Bowls By Day & Alaskan Crab Hotpot By Night

Jin Ho Mia CollagePhoto Credit: Jin Ho Mia

Jin Ho Mia—which means ‘a really good life’ in Hokkien—is the newest addition to the Alexandra Retail Centre that serves up rice and salad bowls for lunch and hot pots for dinner. It is the sister restaurant of Soi Thai Soi Nice—a Thai seafood hotpot restaurant in Alexandra.

Living up to its moniker, the restaurant revolves around the concept of keeping life good with fresh ingredients and quality service.

In the day, Jin Ho Mia caters to those who seek a quick and hearty lunch with their wholesome range of rice bowl choices and as the sun sets, this humble eatery transforms into a hotpot restaurant.

Do yourself a favour and take a trip down to savour some incredible Asian fare.

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Jiakpalang Eating House – New Mod-Sin Restaurant Reinvents Local Dishes

Jiakpalang Eating House

We are seeing a rapid growth in F&B establishments that are experimenting with mod-sin cuisine. Known as ‘Modern Singaporean’ cuisine, this cooking style takes on an innovative approach with local dishes and it requires plenty of time for research and development in order to get the recipes right.

Jiakpalang Eating House is an up-and-coming casual restaurant along Alexandra Road that offers local Zi Char dishes with a twist. Driven by his passion for food and cooking, the restaurant’s executive chef Nixon Low gained some experience assisting in the kitchen before starting his own business.

Some of the interesting dishes you can expect at Jiakpalang Eating House are Charcoal Katarosu Pork Collar slathered with Kopi “C” sauce, Cereal Pan Seared Foie Gras and “Assam” Pulau Ubin Sea Bass. If you are getting tired of the usual Zi Char dishes, why not give this place a try? READ ON

17 Pet-friendly Cafes & Restaurants In Singapore You & Your Pet Will Love

Dog-Friendly Cafe Cover Photo

Pet ownership is getting increasingly tougher in Singapore. Regulatory zealousness is suffocating pet owners with either size restrictions for dogs or fear for the safety of your cats in public housing estates.

Unlike humans, our pets do not have the luxury of free will to leave as and when they like—having the need to spend most parts of their days cooped up at home awaiting our return.

Amidst all the rules and signs that bars pets from entering certain premises, there are a few establishments that will welcome you and your pets with wide open arms. Here are 16 Pet-friendly Cafes & Restaurants in Singapore That Both You And Your Pet Will Absolutely Adore.

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24/7 Food Places In Singapore For Dates So You & Bae Don’t Need To Say Bye

24h restaurants Singapore

Random cravings at ungodly hours is something that occurs more often than we’d like to admit.

And if you are on a date with bae, where should the both of you go to satisfy your hunger at unearthly hours of the night and so you do not have to part ways?

Whether you are craving for dim sum or Thai food, this list of 24-hour restaurants in Singapore will do the trick. And because sharing is caring, here are 24 24/7 Restaurants and Eateries in Singapore for dates so you & Bae don’t need to say bye. 

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