Category: Japanese

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Yosenabe

The last time I had one is in a karaoke bar in Osaka early this year, it was winter there and this was one of the most appropriate dishes to have. The easy preparation...

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Harajuku Gyoza (Brisbane, Australia)

This year has been crazy for me in terms of travelling, with a mixture of work and personal travel since January I was out of the country for 5 times. Japan, Hong Kong, Hawaii...

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Miso Glazed Salmon

We are such lucky we live in a place where waters are very clean and in pristine condition hence we enjoy the best seafood our oceans and lakes have to offer, from the popular...

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Minna No Yakitori (Nara, Japan)

After a train ride from Osaka to Nara we stopped by on the Nara JR Station and saw this delicious looking chicken stand inside the building. It was still mid-morning but the scent and...

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Roza Monteroza Morinomiya (Osaka, Japan)

One of the best activities you can try in Japan is going in a karaoke, nothing can be more Japanese than singing in a restaurant while having some Kirin and Shabu Shabu, while its...

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Yunke No Shokutaku (Aeon Mall, Kyoto, Japan)

Our last couple of days in Kyoto was quite of an open plan so we just strolled around and try to explore places, then we stumbled upon this Aeon Mall because of its bright...

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Yoshinoya (Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan)

The last time I had a Yoshinoya beef bowl was when I was still working in Hong Kong, that was at least 15 years ago. It was one of my go to dishes there...

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Yakitori Izakaya (Minato-ku, Osaka, Japan)

After a full day at Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan on our way back to Osakako Station while walking we saw this Yakitori place just near the platform entrance, we were thinking whether to have our...

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Steak in Mushroom Miso Sauce

Yōshoku is a term for Western-influenced cooking in Japan and some good examples of it are Omuraisu (Omelette Rice), Hayashiraisu (Hashed Beef with Rice), Kareraisu (Curry Rice), Korokke (Croquettes), Hambāgu (Hamburger Steak), Naporitan (Neapolitan Spaghetti)...