Itadakimasu! That’s what Japanese people say before eating their food. Japanese food can be said to be worldwide, it is not difficult to find Japanese restaurants that have been established in Indonesia. But, tasting Japanese street food directly from the country of origin can be an authentic experience. Moreover, the sensation of interacting directly with
If you discuss about typical Japanese food, of course, what many people know is sushi, ramen, udon, curry or buckwheat. But there are several types of special foods that are rarely heard even though they have a very good taste. Well, this time we will discuss the typical food of the Tohoku region, Japan. For
“Gion Anon Kyoto” located in Kyoto City is a legendary shop that sells cakes using anko or Japanese red bean paste. One of their newest products “An Eclair” which sells for 270 Yen is intentionally made to show the difference in the quality of anko they have with other stores.This cake is made from an
Nagoya – This city located between Tokyo and Kyoto has unique cuisine. Like an udon with a thick and tasty marinade of red miso sauce! The city is often called ‘Chukyo’ because of its location between Tokyo and Kyoto, two major historical cities in Japan. The Nagoya name comes from the word ‘Nagoyaka’ which means
There is always something special about Japanese dishes. Like Kaminabe or the art of cooking using Japanese paper as this unique container. The heat-resistant and safe paper characteristics of the paper make it delicious to eat. There is so much Kaminabe menu, like Tara Ciri Kaminabe, Beef Tuskune Kaminabe, Seafood Kaminabe and Tori Shima Kaminabe.
Soba and udon are two very popular native Japanese foods. For culinary lovers, Udon and soba are certainly familiar. In Indonesia, soba and udon are also widely served in Japanese restaurant menus. At first glance it looks similar because soba and udon are similar foods with noodles. Only the texture and how to eat it