Unaju
Best restaurants you can enjoy Unaju [うな重:Unaju] in Japan! Unaju is a traditional Japanese food consisting of roasted eel dipped with special salty-sweet sauce and put on white rice. An eel or Unaju is one of the luxurious Japanese cuisines as well as crabs and Fugu, and generally, you can eat it in Japanese cuisine restaurants and eel specialty stores.
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7 Best "Unaju" Restaurants in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka

Hamamatsu City of Shizuoka Prefecture is a famous place for eel production. For that reason, if you visit, you should try unaju (eel bowl), the local specialty. This article introduces the best unaju restaurants in Hamamatsu.

Chikuyotei In Ginza, Tokyo, For Great Unagi (Softwater Eel)

For some delicious unagi (softwater eel) in Tokyo, served in a beautiful setting, try Chikuyotei in Ginza. The restaurant has a history of over 100 years!

Kawachiya: An Unagi Restaurant With a 250 Year History!

Kawachiya is a restaurant located on a very nice, old shopping street in Shibamata, a neighborhood in the eastern part of Tokyo. It specializes in freshwater fish, and it's unagi (eel) dishes are particularly popular. We went to Kawachiya to see how the popular unagi dishes are made. The restaurant was established some 250 years ago, so we were fortunate enough to witness the very traditional, authentic way of unagi cooking!

How to Enjoy UNAGI ,Eel in Japan!

Unagi is a staple dish in Japanese cuisine and there are many different ways to savour it. Listed below, are the different ways to enjoy eel in Japan: hitsumabushi, unakushi, kabayaki and unaju.

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How to Enjoy UNAGI ,Eel in Japan!

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Chikuyotei In Ginza, Tokyo, For Great Unagi (Softwater Eel)

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