Udon, Japanese white noodles, is such a popular dish in Japan. Did you know Nagoya's udon was slightly different from the regular udon noodles? It is called kishimen and the noodles are flatter and thinner. When you come to Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, you need to try out this local favorite cuisine at these popular restaurants!
Any idea what "Musashino Udon" is? This is a type of quite unique udon noodle from Kanto region that originated both in Tokyo and Saitama. This article will review its brief characteristics as well as the best restaurants for it. It is definitely a must-have if you love udon noodles or even noodles in general!
A long-established udon (a type of Japanese noodles) restaurant in Meguro has a signature menu that everyone is talking about. We went to give it a try, the "beef curry udon" that consists of super rich and flavorful curry soup and chewy udon noodles.
This is the Ultimate Food and Adventure Travel Guide for Minakami, Gunma Prefecture, Japan. If you're looking for something f to do in Japan that's outside of the usual travel itineraries, this is it! Read on to discover what Minakami has to offer!
Visiting Nagoya? There are many things to do there, but the most important thing to do is eating "Nagoya meshi", the local cuisine of Nagoya. Nagoya, located in Aichi Prefecture, is famous for the unique and incredibly delicious dishes like miso katsu. Here is the top 8 dishes in Nagoya that you must try, and also recommended famous restaurants to eat them.
Japan has a plethora of quirky restaurants, shops, and hot spots. This vending machine cafeteria restaurant in Gunma prefecture, about 2 hours from Tokyo, is one of a kind! It'll definitely make an interesting day trip. You'll be surprised with what you can order!
Want delicious Tempura that won't break the bank? Head to Tendon Tenya for fast, cheap and easy ordering that's popular with local Tokyoites! With a secret sauce, tempura here is special! Portions are decent too and can easily cost under 1000 yen!
Kyoto is a home of Japanese traditions like temples and shrines. But it is often represented as a home of Udon noodles too. うどん(Udon) is a type of Japanese traditional thick noodles which come with soup called 出汁(Dashi) that is made from seafood broth and soy sauce. Why don't you try Udon noodles while visiting Kyoto for sightseeing?