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Hiyajiru (冷や汁)【What is Hiyajiru?】 Hiyajiru (冷や汁) is a traditional Japanese instant soup that is a local dish centered on the plains of Miyazaki Prefecture. This dish takes advantage of the unique flavor of delicious ingredients such as natu...
Miso Nikomi Udon (味噌煮込みうどん)【What is miso nikomi udon?】 Miso nikomi udon is a dish of thick udon noodles cooked in a thick broth made from bonito dashi and Nagoya's famous hatcho miso. The ingredients include chicken, fried tofu, eggs, and green onions, providing...
Mosaebi (モサエビ)【】 This local gourmet in Japan is quite unique. Its name or what it is called changes depending on the place of origin. There is a theory that Mosa shrimp was a name distinct to the San’in region and because of several impressions towa...
Ishikari Nabe (石狩鍋)【INTRODUCTION TO ISHIKARI NABE】 Now we have an entry of another Nabe! Ishikari Nabe is one of the most favorite comfort food in Japan as it gives you lots of nutrients and of course not to mention the overload ingredients. Ishikari Nab...
Izumo Soba (出雲そば)【What is Izumo Soba?】 Izumo soba is a traditional food in Japan that is a local favorite in the Izumo region of Shimane prefecture. It is a traditional soba noodle of Izumo. People used emergency foods to invent this unique dish. The s...
Yoshida Udon (吉田うどん)Characterized by its firm and thick flour noodles. Made with a broth of a miso or soy sauce blend and typically with boiled cabbage. Fujiyoshida's famous specialty udon.
Namerou (なめろう)It is such a satisfying meal that you will lick the plate clean, hence the name namerou which means to lick. It is a seafood dish that consists of multiple kinds of fresh fish minced up together.
Kiritanpo (きりたんぽ)【Introduction to Kiritanpo】 Kiritanpo is a traditional food in Akita prefecture which consists of half-smashed rice shaped into a cylindrical one and toasted on the fire. It is considered a pounded rice snack in Akita. They mash the ri...
Sendai Ramen (仙台ラーメン)【Introduction of Sendai Ramen】 Sendai Ramen has been produced in the area where the city of Sendai now stands since the time of Date Masamune in the early 17th century. There are numerous ramen restaurants in Sendai based on the tradit...