Kanazawa’s kitchen Omicho market

Kanazawa’s kitchen Omicho market

Kanazawa's kitchen omicho market On our trip to Ishikawa prefecture, our first stop at Kanazawa couldn’t be other than a morning visit to Kanazawa’s kitchen, the central market of Omicho. Established during the Edo period in the 18th century, it has been the main...
Niigata food guide

Niigata food guide

The cultural heritage of every country talks through its food, specially isolated countries for centuries, like the islands of Japan. Nowadays it’s easy to have a bowl of ramen in the streets of Barcelona, or taste fresh sushi in a market in Los Angeles, but many...
Furusato Matsuri in Tokyo

Furusato Matsuri in Tokyo

At the beginning of every year, there’s one event that I look forward to assist. At Tokyo Dome, during a week, all Japanese gastronomy and part of its traditions unite under the landmark venue. One of the main events during the eight days festival is the Nebuta night...
Hype in food: Sounds of Shabu Shabu

Hype in food: Sounds of Shabu Shabu

Take a thin slice of meat using chopsticks. Dip it into boiling broth inside a hot pot. Stir slowly side to side the chopsticks holding the meat. Hear the voice. How does it sound like? For Japanese that sound is “shabu shabu”. One of the best meals to gather friends...
Breakfast with snakes in Tokyo

Breakfast with snakes in Tokyo

The young lively district of Harajuku is the last place one could think of sipping a coffee with the company of snakes. Remember, I’m talking about a district in Tokyo, where any kind of Cafe you could imagine exists. Do not fear, Tokyo Sanke Center is secure and...

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