Archive for the ‘# Japanese’ Category

O Cha Cha


OChaCha, the matcha latte people At OChaCha, they specialise in matcha, the premium green tea served in traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony. O-Cha means green tea in Japanese and Cha is tea in Chinese, as tea orginates from the chinese. Hence OChaCha is the coming together of different cultures & they hope that there will be […]



Haato is a feeling, you don’t give or receive haato. You just feel it. It comes to you so long you open your heart Haato celebrates the Art of Giving from the heart … to the heart you won’t See it, Smell it, Touch it, but you can Feel it, its always around you… Every […]

Ajisen Ramen


Ajisen Ramen, “The best Ramen in Singapore”, or so they claimed. Started in November 1997, Ajisen opened the first Ramen shop at Bugis Junction. Ajisen Ramen is now the largest Ramen chain in Singapore, with a total of 12 outlets in Singapore in these 9 years. ” There is something peculiar about Ajisen Ramen and it’s all in […]

Sakae Sushi


Buffets, i hate buffets. I really do. You know all-you-can-eat buffets are those where they offer a large variety of food, and diners can take as many servings as they want, all this for paying a fixed price? You pay one price then all the food are there for your picking, being human, especially Singaporeans, naturally we are “kiasu” and […]