We here at Americurry have already shown you some of the curry chains you're most likely to come across in Tokyo or elsewhere in the world, your Coco Ichibanyas and your Go Go Curries. But of course, curry is so ...Read More


Daniel Feit, who lives out in Osaka, recently found this in a vending machine there: "Curry Rice Can." So of course, I sent him out to cover it for "Popping open the can releases a distinct curry aroma, even if ...Read More


There's a lot more to Japanese curry than CoCo Ichibanya. I'm not suggesting that you go visit every single run-down Mom-and-Pop curry shop on a wild goose chase for culinary perfection. But if you want to find some higher-quality goods, ...Read More


The style of Japanese curry known as "Kanazawa Curry" was the first I'd ever tasted, although I didn't know it at the time. Sure, I knew I was living in Kanazawa, Japan as an exchange student, but I didn't know ...Read More


Last year around this time, when I was in Japan for Tokyo Game Show, I'd always pass this sign while walking from the Yamanote loop line to the train that brought you out to the convention center. "Morning Curry." I never ...Read More


Today, while cleaning and organizing all of my books  (generally referred to as the Chris Kohler Presidential Library), I came across this pamphlet passed out at CoCoIchi in 2006. I saved it entirely because of this picture, which I think pretty ...Read More


Editor's Note: We've already reviewed the traditional curry rice served at Curry House's Cupertino branch. The curry at the Irvine, California branch is identical, so this review from our new SoCal correspondent focuses on two less traditional curry presentations served ...Read More


Yes, Japanese curry's reach has spread even to Thailand. A friend of Americurry has passed along these pics from a branch of Curry House CoCo Ichibanya located in Thailand, and it doesn't seem like there's that much difference between this and ...Read More