Liburan ke Jepang ? Jangan Lupa Cobain Buah Khas Dari Jepang !

Sebagai negara maju nomor satu di dunia dengan masyarakat yang memiliki etos kerja tinggi , disiplin dan pekerja keras . hal tersebutlah yang mendorong kemajuan negara Jepang dalam segala bidang terutama dalam membudidayakan buah-buahan. Petani di Jepang sangat berdikasi tinggi untuk membudidayakan buah-buahan .

Nah , jika sedang liburan ke jepang tidak ada salahnya untuk membeli dan mencoba buah-buahan khasnya . Buah-buahan khas Jepang tidak susah untuk di dapatkan kok , anda bisa mencarinya di pasar tradisional ataupun modern yang terdekat . jadi tidak perlu khawatir ya .

Pasti penasarakan apa saja buah khas dari jepang  ? berikut ini listnya :

1 . Hatsukoi no Kaori Ichigo


Hatsukoi no Kaori Ichigo bisa juga di sebut sebagai Stawberry Putih . Hatsukoi no Kaori Ichigo sendiri memiliki arti Aroma Cinta Pertama .

Berbeda dengan strawberry pada biasanya yang bewarna merah di Jepang strawberry putih ini sangat mudah di temukan , strawberry ini memiliki rasa yang sama seperti stawberry pada umumnya , namun ada juga strawberry putih yang memiliki rasa mirip nanas.

2 . Semangka Densuke


Berbeda dengan semangka pada umumnya , Semangka Densuke ini adalah semangka yang sangat langka di Jepang maupun di dunia . karena kelangkaan inilah yang membuat semangka ini memiliki harga jual yang tinggi .

Jika biasanya semangka bewarna Hijau muda , Hijau tua ataupun kekuningan berbeda dengan semangka Densuke ini , semangka Densuke ini bewarna Gelap namun tidak kehitaman . namun meskipun memiliki warna yang gelap semangka Densuke ini memiliki rasa yang lebih manis daripada semangka pada umumnya.

3 . Semangka Persegi


Nah loh , kok persegi ? karena bentuknya persegi makanya di namakan semangka persegi . jika biasanya semangka berbentuk bulat ataupun lonjong . Petani di jepang membuat inovasi dengan membentuk semangka bulat jadi persegi . sangat berbeda dari semangka pada umumnya kan ?
Jangan khawatir soal rasanya , semangka ini juga memiliki rasa yang manis loh.

Sebenarnya masih banyak lagi buah khas dari jepang , namun untuk kesempatan kali ini yang di bahas hanya Tiga dahulu ya . jangan lupa loh jika liburan ke jepang , tidak ada salahnya untuk mencoba Buah tadi .

Semoga informasi ini bermanfaat dan menambah referensi buah di Jepang ya !

Resep Membuat Yakitori Paprika


yaa siapa yang tidak mengenal yakitori yang satu ini , apa lagi para pecinta kuliner . yakitori merupakan makanan khas jepang yang berbentuk seperti sate dengan rasa yang cukup manis dan gurih . yakitori biasa di buat dengan daging sapi , babi dan bisa juga menggunakan ayam . dan yakitori juga sangat cocok di padukan dengan paprika karena perpaudan antara yakitori dan paprika tidak akan membuat  aroma dari yakitori itu semakin kuat dan gurih . bagi anda yang ingin membuat makanan yang simple . yakitori sangat cocok untuk anda .

Bahan :
– 2 sdm kecap manis
-1 sdm saus tiram
-250 gram paha sapi, potong dadu
-100mil saus triyaki
-2 sdm margarin
-3 batang daun bawang
-20 tusuk satai
-50 gr paprika hijau

cara pembuatan :

  • Pertama kita perlu menyiapkan arang dan pangganan terlebih dahulu
    msukan arang ke panggangan dan siramkan arang dengan minyak tanah kemudian bakar arang . tunggu hingga arang membara . selagi arang terbakar mari kita siapkan bahannya terlebih dahulu
  • Campur daging sapi, merica bubuk,garam,saus tiram,saus triyaki dan kecap manis
    ke dalam satu wajan . dan marinasi dading sapi selama 15 menit. Jika inggin rasa lebih maksimal anda bisa marinasi selama 24 jam . dan siapakan tuusk satai . kemudaian tusukkan potongan sapi paprika dan daun bawang secara bergantian dengan tusuk satai /.
  • Kemudaian jika arang sudah membara letakkan wajan di atas panggangan kemusiam oleskan magrasin ke wajan . panggang sate dan oleskan satai dengan saus yang telah di marinasi tadi dan menggunakan kuas . sambil satai di bolak balik selama 15 menit
  • Dan jika satai telah berubah warna angkat dan kemudian satai sudah bisa di sajikan dengan keluarga anda

Inilah resep yakitori yang sangat mudah dan simple yang bisa saya bagikan . semoga bermanfaat bagi kalian yang ingin membuat orang terdekat anda bangga dengan anda .
TERIMA KASIH

Famous Japanese Street Food

Famous Japanese Street Food

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 the seller and chef. The most exciting thing, if it coincides with the festival, along the way will be filled with a variety of tempting food stalls, complete with Japanese ornaments. Here are 7 street food snacks that you have to try in Japan!

One of the most famous street food snacks in Japan, Taiyaki is almost a snack favorite for Japanese people. This fish-shaped pancake is even more special once filled with sweet Azuki red beans. Calm down, there is still a taste of chocolate and cheese which of course can be your favorite!

One of the traditional Japanese street food dishes, actually Yakisoba is Soba noodles fried in meat pieces and mixed with sweet sauce. Added with red pickles gives a more diverse flavor to Yakisoba.

Don’t be fooled by his appearance, Tomorokoshi is not just ordinary roasted corn. Baked with attractive colors and gently smeared with miso, butter and soy sauce, you won’t be able to resist not tasting it. It’s no exaggeration to say that Tomorokoshi is the most delicious corn of all Jangung that you tried before.

Slightly similar to Marshmallow, Dango is a chewy and sweet little ball cake suitable for serving with a cup of green tea. Basically, Dango is burned above
the roasting is then smeared with soy sauce, sugar, and mirin in the right portion for the perfect taste. You can find Dango anywhere, which is adjusted to the current season. For a unique experience, try Sakura’s Dango in spring!

5 Best Street Food In Japan, Must Try !

5 Best Street Food In Japan, Must Try !

Not only Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia or other Southeast Asian countries that have a culture of street food. Japan also has a variety of snacks that are guaranteed to make your stomach (and eyes) hungry, especially in the Fukuoka area. This city, located in the northern part of Kyushu Island, has even been recorded as one of the best places for street food in Asia by CNN Travel! For those of you who will be visiting Japan in the near future, please note the variety of dishes that you should taste in the nearest yatai (food cart). Itadakimasu!

Yakitori

This typical archipelago-like sate snack does not use peanut sauce, but salt to give it a salty taste, or tare – a kind of sweet sauce, soy sauce and sugar – for those who like sweetness. The word yakitori is only used to refer to satay made from chicken meat, or chicken innards. Satay made from other ingredients, such as beef, pork, or vegetables, is called kushiyaki.
Okonomiyaki Renjiro Sushi

Okonomiyaki

This Japanese savory pancake comes from the word “okonomi” which means “whatever you like” and “yaki”, “roast or cook”. In some restaurants in Japan, you can make your own okonomiyaki using teppan (special hotplate) with fresh ingredients prepared. There is also a restaurant where you can watch the action of the chefs preparing your order okonomiyaki. Okonomoyaki is usually given toppings such as katsuobushi (dried fish meat), Japanese special mayonnaise sauce and okonomiyaki, aonori (dried seaweed) sauce, and beni shoga (pickled ginger).

Dango

If you are a big fan of the animated film by Hayao Miyazaki, you will be familiar with the following colorful confectionery. Made from a mixture of sticky rice flour and water which is then boiled until cooked, dango resembles round pansite with various flavors, such as savory (mitarashi dango), or sweet (hanami dango). Often served in number 3 or four with a skewer.
Taiyaki Renjiro Sushi

Taiyaki

Even though it has a fish-like shape, taiyaki is a sweet dessert that is usually filled with red bean paste from azuki beans. As a substitute for red beans, other types of filling are also often used, such as custard, chocolate sauce, or Nutella. For the savory version, you can try a combination of contents from yams, cheese, sausages or vegetables. The unique shape is obtained from iron molds and flour from flour, baking soda powder, salt, and sugar.
Senbei Renjiro Sushi

Senbei

We might only recognize instant type senbei sold in various minimarkets, but rice crackers made directly in fact are very easy to find on the streets of Japan, especially when the street food festival takes place. How to cook senbei is baked over charcoal to char appear and give a distinctive smoky aroma. Most senbei have a savory taste from salt and soy sauce, but don’t miss the sweet variants too.

“Halal” Takoyaki In Osaka Japan

Takoyaki is a Japanese food made from flour and filled with octopus and topped with savory katsuobushi. Actually in Indonesia there are many restaurants that sell Takoyaki, but enjoying takoyaki directly from the original city will certainly provide a different experience.

Takoyaki is a Japanese food made from flour and filled with octopus and topped with savory katsuobushi. Actually in Indonesia there are many restaurants that sell Takoyaki, but enjoying takoyaki directly from the original city will certainly provide a different experience.

Takoyaki is a Japanese snack that is round and has a savory taste. The marinade itself is made using red ginger, leeks and other flavorings.

Unfortunately for Muslims who are on vacation in Osaka, takoyaki sold usually use pork broth which makes it non-halal food. But there is no need to worry, in Osaka there is a halal takoyaki restaurant called Matsuri.

This restaurant can be an answer to the curiosity of Muslims who want to taste Osaka-style takoyaki. Matsuri means festival, the name Matsuri is chosen to represent various types of menus in this restaurant.

Although there is no halal label in this restaurant, Japanese media called Halal Media Japan explains that the menu in this restaurant is safe for consumption by Muslims.

The restaurant also tries to bring food that has a taste similar to the original but does not use non-halal ingredients so that the food remains safe for consumption.

For food here, priced at 150 yen to 1000 yen, are you interested in coming to this restaurant?