Ramen & Kill Bill.
The Kardashians are known for their jetset lifestyle often captured on their hit reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians. This time, the oldest three siblings are sharing tons of posts from Japan showcasing everything that’s cool and authentic about the fascinating local culture.
Tokyo is known for its plethora of street vending machines, which Kourtney captured then captioned “OPEN 24 HOURS.”
The sisters also visited the famous Sensō-ji (金龍山浅草寺) in Asakusa, Tokyo. The Buddhist temple is the city’s oldest and one of the most important since it’s dedicated to Guanyin – the Goddess of Mercy.
Kim found a store that matches the name of her new daughter: Chicago, which is located in Tokyo’s Harajuku. The vintage store is packed with clothing, kimonos and yukatas with very accessible prices.
For a delicious meal, the Kardashians went to Gonpachi, aka: the Kill Bill restaurant. Remember the House of Blue Leaves, and the setting for “that” fight scene – the Bride v the Crazy 88s in the movie? The restaurant style is modern Izakaya (beer house) and often frequented by travelers.
In addition to Tokyo, the trio also cruised to Kyoto – the Imperial capital of Japan. 8-month pregnant Khloé posted the sisters discovering Arashiyama (嵐山), the bamboo forest situated on the outskirts of Kyoto. It’s also a nationally designated Historic Site and known as the place of Scenic Beauty.
The udon restaurant the sisters visited is Ozuru, which is great for any traveler craving for tasty noodles. The restaurant even offers English menu, offering spectacular tofu and a huge variety of tempura dishes.