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Have you been to Ningyocho? Ningyocho literally means "doll town", and there are remains of old an old downtown from Edo period where you can feel traditional Japan. There are a bunch of famous and old-established restaurants, so here is a list of 5 selected ones specializing in Japanese cuisines!
The most fundamental ingredient of all Japanese dish is "Dashi". Dashi can be easily translated as Japanese soup stock. The better the taste of dashi is, eventually the better the taste of the dish itself will be. This post will introduce top 4 restaurants which are specialized in dashi.
As you might already know, Japan is a nation full of great cuisines. Especially winter, many great foods make their appearance. This post will be a great guide to all of you who would like to enjoy winter foods in Japan.We also have posted some links to our other posts so if you are interested, please visit them for further information.
One of the winter Japanese cuisine you can't miss, "nabe", a Japanese hot pot dishes. This post will be a perfect guide for everyone who would like to try making nabe of their own. From the most basic kind of nabe to the unique ones, you will get to know 12 recipes in this post.
In Japan, you may find "On-Yasai (温野菜)" quite often. It is a popular chain restaurant specializing in shabu shabu, a delicious Japanese-style hot pot. If you crave for an affordable, great shabu shabu experience, you need to give it a try!
Would you like to try the best Japanese restaurant in Shinjuku? Rokkasen was voted the best resto out of almost 8,000 in the neighborhood. Would you like to try it and see for yourself?
Don't understand Japanese? Don't want people touching your food? No problem! Japanese restaurants have recently developed a train serving system, so the food you ordered comes right in front of you without a waiter bringing it. It is definitely a cuisine experience that you can only have in Japan!