“Kashiya” is a popular ramen restaurant in Osaka.
While it’s a small shop with a mere 8 counter seats, it’s such a popular restaurant that it’s even been featured on TV.
When thinking of tsukemen in Saitama Prefecture, one that is sure to come up is “Noroshi” in Saitama City. Established as an independent shop after its owner trained at “Ore no Sora” in Takadanobaba, Noroshi is one of the most popular restaurants in Saitama Prefecture.
Just how good is it, since it’s been said to have surpassed its origin shop “Ore no Sora”?!
On December 27th of 2018, the izakaya “Aomori Nebuta World Shinbashi Store” opened. The restaurant is themed after the famous “Aomori Nebuta Matsuri,” a festival held in Aomori Prefecture, and the interior decorations beautifully capture the moving atmosphere of the festival!
Winter Trip to Hakodate [Day 1] ~Hakodate’s Morning Market, Bay Area, Motomachi, and more~Read Later
I visited Hakodate for 3 days and 2 nights over the winter. There was no end to things I wanted to do, but I was more than satisfied with being able to take the photo I wanted of Hakodate in the winter being both “sunny” and “snowy.”
This article will introduce the things that I did on my first day in Hakodate, including visiting the Hakodate morning market, the bay area, the Motomachi church, and foods around Hakodate!
Enjoy Super-Famous Ramen from Across Japan at TOKYO CITY KEIBA! Hot Winter Event, “Ramen-Fest 2018”!Read Later
This Article will introduce TOKYO CITY KEIBA as a whole, as well as its hot winter event, “Ramen-Fest 2018”! If you’re a couple, family, or group of friends traveling who want to enjoy Tokyo’s nightlife at the end of the year, this is for you!
Since it opened in March of 2017, Ramen Kobo Mensaku has enjoyed a good reputation as a cheap and tasty place, so I went to check it out.
Mention Minami-Uonuma in Niigata Prefecture, and rice will come to the mind of most Japanese. Minami-Uonuma Koshihikari is famous as Japan's top brand of rice, prized for its exceptional taste. When it was suggested that restaurants in this town make their biggest rice bowls made with Minami-Uonuma Koshihikari, top-class chefs rose to the challenge, offering their own versions of Majidon, or "serious" rice bowls!
In Kyoto, there is Kyo-Ichi Honten, a cafeteria established in 1948.
With the motto of Umai, Hayai, Yasui, or "tasty, fast and cheap", this working-class eatery has been loved by the locals for many years.
Here, you can eat noodles and rice bowl dishes for around ¥700.