Locally known as the Ferg's, the burger joint is swollen with customers who spill out every day for 21 hours. Doubters quickly turned into believers. They are fat, juicy and undeniably delish! From about 20 variants ranging from the standard Fergburger to Southern Swine (bacon, beef, avocado) Chief Wiggum (pork belly) to Codfather and Holier Than Thou (Tofu) Ferg's are def exceptional. Next step, burger selfie straight to Gram! #KRAVESCAPE
With over 450 shops and nearly 1.8 million annual visitors, the Hakodate Morning Market serves the most fresh seafood and vegetables you’ll taste in Japan. While not nearly as large as the Tsukiji Fish Markets, stall owners here are more tourist-friendly who love to explain their harvest/catches of the day. Go to Donburi Yokocho Ichiba, and try their famous seafood rice bowls, with 20 eateries to choose from. There’s no better place to get a donburi than here #KRAVESCAPE
A lot of people may have heard plenty about Saito or Sukiyabashi Jiro from much of Western media, and to be honest – whichever you choose, you’ll still have a better sushi experience than anywhere else you’ll find outside of Japan... Today’s post would be one Michelin-starred Sushi Tokami by a young, new generation Chef Hiroyuki Sato. Unafraid to break traditions and do things his way, he is considered a black sheep among top Edo-mae chefs. #KRAVESCAPE
If you're looking for things other than the adrenaline rush, this is the place to be. Unwind, indulge, invigorate. At the bottom of Coronet Peak Ski Field, lies Queenstown dedicated hot pool complex. High on the cliffside, enjoy the tranquility of a cedar enclosed spring-fed hot pool room overlooking magnificent panoramic view of the peaks (Dont miss out their Candlelight Package, they cover your room from wall to floor in candles!) #KRAVESCAPE
Some say that Takazawa has been one of Tokyo’s most intriguing secrets, having talked about more than they have actually visited. Its mystique fueled by such of its limited seating (max. 10 people) each evening, and the chef Yoshiaki Takazawa working solo, the whole kaiseki experience is intimate, theatrical, and transcendental... The design of the place gleams with precision and intent, set with such a personal atmosphere. #KRAVESCAPE
To-Do : Watch Sumo Wrestling Sumo wrestling is still very closely associated with its religious origins, and Shinto principles are strict rules that continue to govern a sumo wrestler's life. Originating since 1,500 years ago, it was performed at shrines to ensure a bountiful harvest and honour the spirits (a.k.a. kami)! With such a rigid regiment and discipline, social norms to wait on the higher ranked wrestlers and hazing, life can be hard at a sumo stable...
The grassy playing areas that once saw children kicking around balls during their school breaks was taken by Pol Pot’s security forces in 1975, turning it into the largest centre of detention and torture in Cambodia. As a testament to the crimes of Khmer Rouge, the Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes sets out a profoundly depressing experience for visitors. A demonstration of the darkest side the human spirit can show, it is definitely not for the squeamish. #KRAVESCAPE
No trip to the island of Hokkaido is complete without having tried their king crabs that are unrivaled in quality. Piping hot, tender and sweet succulent crabmeat, the crabs retain the fresh taste of salt water that makes for such a blissful experience!