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“Ginza Uchiyama” is a famous Japanese restaurant in east Ginza.
As Uchiyama is a hugely popular restaurant that has held one Michelin star for multiple years, you absolutely need a reservation. This time, I visited for lunch.
The "Daigoku" restaurants have been operating in Namba and Dotonbori since 1902. Kayaku-Gohan, their signature dish, was noted in the 2017 Michelin Big Gourmand guide.
Kayaku-Gohan is seasoned rice cooked with vegetables and meat, Kansai-style. It's a homemade rice dish cooked with soy sauce or dashi stock and your favorite ingredients.
“Senba Shinsaibashisuji Shotengai” is a shopping district packed with people.
It’s also a gourmet battlefield where delicious restaurants duke it out.
Our focus this time is “Ajiman,” a restaurant that’s been adored for over 50 years!
The Supreme Mackerel Pilaf only in a Course at "Hakata Sabaro", Fukuoka's Mackerel Specialty RestaurantRead Later
Fukuoka Prefecture is known all over Japan for its gourmet restaurants.
Among its variety of gourmet dishes, Fukuoka is famous for its delicious "Saba" mackerel fish.
This time, I'd like to introduce what I have fallen in love with, the "All-Mackerel" course at Sabaro Restaurant!
This time, I had lunch at “Kurogi Chacha,” a collaboration between the Japanese restaurant “Kurogi” and the long-standing Kyoto uji-cha store “Fukujuen.”
The original “Kurogi,” located in Minato-ku, is an extremely popular restaurant for which it is hard to secure reservations, but as this GINZA SIX location does not accept reservations, so even tourists can get in!
Fukuoka is a battlefield for chicken specialty restaurants, which seem to be at every turn. Momoya Seinikudo Kego is one of such restaurants that appears to be at the top of the totem pole. You’ve never seen a place so packed on a weekday night! This chicken creative cuisine specialty restaurant boasts a menu of unique dishes you’d be hard pressed to find elsewhere.
Try the world's first puffer fish-based ramen at TOKYU PLAZA GINZA's Fugu-dashi Ushio Hachidaime Keisuke!Read Later
Feeling adventurous? Head to Ginza to try the world’s first fugu, or puffer fish/blowfish, based ramen!
Green tea represents the soul of traditional Japanese culture. It is also enjoyable for the pronounced sweet and bitter tastes together with its simplicity.