I know a lot about Japanese food/booze. Can I be on a show?
We are always looking for knowledgeable guests to be on our shows. The basic requirements are that you be in Tokyo at the time of recording, know your subject (be it Koshu wine, traditional Sapporo streetfood or Japanese cocktails of the fifties and sixties), have basic English together with a big personality. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
That guy Chris would be great speaking at my work party. Does he do
Christopher Pellegrini can be contacted at email@example.com.
Is there a Japanese version of this site?
A Japanese version of the site is planned for the near future.
How much does it cost to advertise on the site/shows?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a full list of web and web video
I’d love to have you guys do a show at my restaurant/bar. How can I make this happen?
OK, first off do you live in Tokyo? If the answer is ‘Yes’ or ‘Will Kanto do?’, then we’d love to hear from you and discuss what you have in mind. If the answer is ‘No’, then we’re sorry to say that we’re only shooting video in and around Tokyo at this time.
I want to befriend you in as many ways as possible. Are you guys on twitter/facebook/mixi?
I found a broken link. Who is responsible?
Though he’ll hate us for saying so, please report all broken links to email@example.com
I’m planning a visit to Japan later in the year. How can Japan Eats help me plan my vacation?
While not really a travel site per se, Japan Eats is a great place to find cafes, restaurants and bars once you know where you’ll be staying. If you’re trying to book a hotel or train to Kagoshima, we suggest http://www.tokyotopia.com/ or http://www.japandiscovered.com/.
There’s not enough stuff about anime or maid cafes on this site. Can you fix this?
There are plenty of sites which cover these aspects of Japanese culture. We recommend you check out www.dannychoo.com.