It’s like Cinderella in reverse, but I’m a guy, and I’m still doing well but just want to experience a more difficult type of work while learning to cook. Okay, it’s nothing like Cinderella.
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While in Osaka, I got “hooked” on conveyor belt sushi. Get it? Hooked? Sushi? Hooking a fish? Thank you for continuing to read this post. I’ll stop being punny.
As I was looking through the brochure for Huis Ten Bosch, one of the attractions was a restaurant staffed by robots. Seeing this as another unique experience, we made our way to the robot restaurant to grab some food.
The title says it all. Cremia is a special type of ice cream that I have only seen in Japan. It’s not available everywhere and it costs much more than regular ice cream, but is absolutely worth it.
At an izakaya called 炉端亜紗 喜三郎 (Kozaburo Kirisaki) in Nagasaki, I noticed two unusual menu options: whale and horse. I haven’t really thought about eating those two creatures before, but since I had the opportunity I went for it.
If you’re doing a tour of Okinawa and feel like getting a homestyle meal in a super authentic Japanese old style house, Ufuya is the restaurant for you!
Just down the road from the main drag in Naha, is a public market where you can get pretty good deals on most things. You can also get the freshest fist if you want to overpay for food.
Japanese black curry from食堂ぬーじボンボンZ (translation: Cafeteria Inuji Bonbon Z) was tasty, but finding the place and ordering was a lot more fun.
While in Okinawa, I was craving some spicy food. I searched Google, TripAdvisor and Yelp. Not too many results/reviews for restaurants, so I decided to take a chance on a place nearby that served Taiwanese Stir Noodles: Mahoroba. I was pleasantly surprised by how good […]