“Hotpot” Dishes are Perfect for Winter in Japan! Submit Your Tasty Experiences to Social Media with This Cheap Prepaid SIM!Read Later
Japan has gotten even colder. So, “hotpot” dishes that warm you right up are super popular!
In this article we’ll be introducing the top 4 types of popular winter “hotpot” dishes, perfect for you to show off on social media!
“YAMADA New Mobile” is a cheap prepaid SIM sold at the nationwide chain “Yamada Denki.”
Using that SIM, you can surf the web as much as you like while in Japan! Of course, that means you can post to social media too!
New Product! Enjoy Winter's Gourmet Delights with the JR Tohoku-South Hokkaido Rail Pass ✩Read Later
In South Hokkaido and Tohoku, there's a lot of delicious food to eat in the winter! While the standard gourmet fare of winter is good, I recommend walking around town and trying the local delicacies. With the JR Tohoku-South Hokkaido Rail Pass, it's possible to go around these regions at a reasonable price. In this edition, I will introduce the places you can visit to savor winter's gourmet delights with this Pass!
Restaurant “Shabu Shabu Sukiyaki Aki” in Hyogo. You can dine on expensive meat from a single serving hot pot.Read Later
“Shabu Shabu Sukiyaki Aki” is located in a high class residential area in Nishinomiya city in Hyogo.
It’s only a 3 minute walk from Kurakuenguchi station on Hankyu Line.
This place is a “Hitori Nabe” speciality shop. In Japanese “Hitori" means one person, “Nabe” means hotpot, so literally “Hitori Nabe” means a one person table top hot pot. Usually “Nabe” (hotpot) is enjoyed by many people who share together. At this place you can come and enjoy high grade domestic meat even on your own. That means you can enjoy a hotpot at your own pace without worrying others! It is super popular right now!
For six months after October, “The culture of water” campaign will take place in Shiga, especially around lake Biwa.
Before the campaign starts, I decided to visit the eastern and northern sides of lake Biwa. The themes of my excursions are “water and life”, “water and prayer”, and “water and food”.
I walked around, talk to locals, and ate local cuisine to re-discover the charm of this beautiful area and “The culture of water”.
“Kingyo,” a Recommended Motsunabe Restaurant in the Highly Competitive Motsunabe Area of FukuokaRead Later
If you visit Fukuoka, you have to try motsunabe (offal hotpot).
There are many famous restaurants that serve it, but I recommend “Kingyo”!
There’s no obvious sign outside, so first-time visitors may miss it. Kingyo is a restaurant that almost seems hidden away.
When you enter, the restaurant has a high-class atmosphere; there’s even a courtyard!