What would you like to eat? As soon as you come here. I will be attracted to Dandan noodles. Hitsumabushi. I stir this. Condiments. I eat this. Yummy! I like eating this with Japanese horseradish. Good! Japanese pepper. Hey, please don’t eat my eel. Please don’t eat mine. Hey! Don’t eat my eel! I eat […]
Una-jyu. Kimo-sui. Sweet. Yummy. Good! Japanese prickly ash. I ate up. Liver.
I don’t feel like eating sashimi and tempura. It seems good. Conger eel fell. I put all the condiments. It’s different from eel. Good. It smells better than eel. Good. This is very good, isn’t it? Yummy. I like wasabi. Condiments are needed. Good. This has disappeared already. I have finished eating already. Miso soup. […]
Also miso fillet pork cutlet Chicken nanban? Yes Hitsumabushi How to eat hitsumabushi is mixes Eat Eel Yummy Yummy? Was good Yummy Condiment? Green onion Wasabi Yummy Japanese pepper Chicken Nanban Chazuke Chazuke Big Chicken nanban Sweet Miso katsu Eat Just fried food Coconu twater Strange taste grassy-smelling Thailand
Stir I am a veteran of Hitsumabushi So will not eat three kinds I have decided how to eat Wasabi Yummy Did you eat eel? Yummy Green onion Green onion is very good Condiments Crispy Good! The surface of the eel is crispy, so it’s very good Eel at this restaurant is the crispy type […]
Good. It’s light taste, so the taste of the eel can be felt clearly. Yummy. Japanese pepper. I have finished eating. I was satisfied. Suimono. Big liver. It was good.
Shiogama, located in Miyagi prefecture in Tohoku, is one of Japan’s most important fishing ports and one of the busiest fish processing centers in the country. Shiogama Fish Market with its 140 stalls, is a very popular fish market and offers the best seafood all year long to both businesses and to the public. Like […]
Tsukiji Market, or Tsukiji Fish Market as we know and love it, is scheduled to close down and move to a new location in Toyosu by November 2016. While this decision will most probably have a beneficial impact on the business itself, it is on the other hand sad news for anyone who loved the […]
The Auga Fish Market, or in Japanese the Auga Shinsen Ichiba, is a famous fish market located in the basement of the Auga Festival City Shopping center in Aomori City. Like its cousin Tsukiji, Auga Fish Market will offer you some of the freshest fish and other seafood in Japan that you can either purchase […]