Entries Tagged as 'Food'

水曜日, 5月 8th, 2013

Rikyu Charcoal Grilled Beef Tongue

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Rikyu Charcoal Grilled Beef Tongue

A food that now represents Sendai, the beef tongue has become one of the unmoving favorites. They were not originally eaten in the Japanese culture, and Sendai was the first to introduce it after the war.
Beef tongue was an unfamiliar ingredient in the Japanese cuisine, but letting the skinned and sliced pieces in with salt [...]

火曜日, 12月 4th, 2012

Jinbōchō Den

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Jinbōchō Den

Today we introduce to you the popular and ever hospitable restaurant of Japanese cuisine, “Den”. Having accumulated experience at Sakurazaka Uwo Toku and other restaurants, Zaiyu Hasegawa decided to start his own restaurant in 2007, and opened Den in Jinbōchō. In its third year, the restaurant received its first star from the Michelin Guide 2010th [...]

火曜日, 10月 30th, 2012

Farmers’ Three Thousand Years of Romance and Passion

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Farmers’ Three Thousand Years of Romance and Passion

Chance to eat beans eaten by Tutankhamen
“Beans eaten by Tutankhamen were sent to Japan.” Tomie Miyauchi, a farmer, recalled the article whilst working on her farm. When she glanced at a newspaper rolling up a vegetable, it read, “Do you want to make the new “King Tutankhamen Bean”? If interested, we will provide you [...]

水曜日, 8月 15th, 2012

Omotesando bills – a constant line outside the café of the world’s best breakfast!

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Omotesando bills – a constant line outside the café of the world’s best breakfast!

The café bills opened on April 18th at Tokyu Plaza Omotesando. The restaurant is said to have changed Australia’s breakfast culture and is famous for the world’s best breakfast – the ricotta pancake. Celebrities such as Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz also go out of their way to visit the main store in Sydney!
This is [...]

水曜日, 7月 4th, 2012

Kanda Kikukawa Kaminoge restaurant

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Kanda Kikukawa Kaminoge restaurant

Eel is an important part of Japanese food culture. There is a tradition of eating eel with everyone on the day of the ox in midsummer, and this is said to have come from the everyday wisdom based on the experiences of the ancestors. Eel is a way to prevent summer lethargy and is rich [...]

水曜日, 4月 25th, 2012

Yamasan Sushi Honten (Main Store)

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Yamasan Sushi Honten (Main Store)

Yamasan Sushi Honten is a 60 year old sushi restaurant located in Kanazawa’s Omi-cho market. This restaurant is famous for Kaisendon (Seafood bowl) and is open from the morning, and it is a popular place for breakfast.

Kaiendon

月曜日, 3月 5th, 2012

The city of Sake “Saijyo”

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The city of Sake “Saijyo”

Saijyo is well known to be the place for famous Japanese sake such as Nada and Fushimi, is located about 35 minutes away from Hiroshima station by train. For those that are interested in Japanese sake lets head out of Hiroshima city.
Saijyo is located in a basin about 250~300 meters in height, and sake [...]

水曜日, 2月 15th, 2012

Tajima

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Tajima

Speaking of fresh sea foods, you can enjoy at the nearby inns and resturantes located near the Mikuni fishing port. In the Mikuni sea the warm and cold waves clash, and is known for being the most selective fishing area in the Japan Sea. The fish that grew in the rough waves, the sweet shrimp, [...]

土曜日, 1月 28th, 2012

Sabou Issyo

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Sabou Issyo

Speaking of Kanazawa’s tea the boucha is famous. Boucha is a tea that is drank on a daily basis in the housing and work place of Kanazawa. Within the teas the Maruhachi made Kaga-boucha has the most soft scent and is a Kanazawa representative tea brand that is cherished and given to the emperor.

At Sabou [...]

日曜日, 1月 22nd, 2012

Chinese restaurant Heiwaken

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Chinese restaurant Heiwaken

The “Heiwaken” is a Chinese restaurant located on the side of the Ozan shrine. The pork bones and chicken stock is refreshing with its transparent soup. It is matched with Kanazawa’s Ono soy sauce; it looks very light but has its thickness which makes it unique.

The homemade noodles that the owner spends three hours [...]