Looking for a "deep" spot to grab a delicious bite in Osaka? You've come to the right article! Today we'll be introducing a new restaurant that serves chicken yakiniku (not yakitori) and drinks from 9:00 in the morning!
Karaage is a Japanese word that refers to boneless, bite-sized pieces of fried meat (usually chicken). It's one of the most popular foods in Japan and can be found at restaurants and convenience stores everywhere. This article will tell you all about karaage, including how to pronounce it, links to great restaurants, and a recipe!
KFC is a major chain restaurant in Japan. It is popular both for set meals and take-out, especially during the winter holiday season.
'Nagoya Cochin' is a special Japanese chicken breed that is prized for its delicious eggs and meat. You can find restaurants that serve Nagoya Cochin around Japan, but the city of Nagoya is definitely the best place to get it! This article will introduce Nagoya Cochin, as well as some of the best restaurants that serve it!
Food trucks have gained a lot of popularity overseas in recent years, but you might not see that many in Tokyo, as you need to know where to go to spot them! Antaru Kitchen Food Truck was a bit of a lucky find. Venture down to Kojimachi and grab some original Ghana grub!
Japanese fried chicken and fried chicken, how is it different? Well try this simple recipe at home to find out for yourself!
Tamahide is the birthplace of a Japanese popular dish called oyakodon. It is arguably one of the best restaurants in Tokyo serving the comfort food, as it has been loved by the people for over 250 years! The oyakodon is incredible and so are other chicken dishes. Here is information about Tamahide you want to know before visiting (location, menu, etc)!
For all chicken lovers, there is an ultimate restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo to enjoy chicken dishes. It is called Hakata Hanamidori, which is famous for the dishes made from "hanamidori" - their own raised chicken. You must experience the amazing chicken hot pot here.
Cup noodles and ramen have become somewhat a staple of peoples' daily lives around the world. Add hot water, wait three minutes and your meal is ready. The Cup Noodles Museum lets you make, try, eat, and discover everything there is to love about cup noodles.