Japanese Food&Drink ~6/18/2015 Wagyu beef,Ramen&Japanese sake
- 1 Japan Food&Drink ~6/18/2015 Wagyu beef,Ramen&Japanese sake
- 1.1 Time-Travel to the Edo period in restaurant “Tofuro” in Ginza
- 1.2 Goruya Ramen
- 1.3 【Free Samples】Recommended Even for Sake Beginners! Low Alcohol Content and Low-Malt Japanese Sake!
- 1.4 It’s not High-Grade Sushi or Conveyor Belt Sushi—It’s Delivery Sushi!
- 1.5 Wagyu beef seminar at Experience Premium Japanese Food and Drink event
- 1.6 Takenoko No Sato vs. Kinoko No Yama
Japan Food&Drink ~6/18/2015 Wagyu beef,Ramen&Japanese sake
Ginza, the biggest attraction in Tokyo Metropolitan area. The Japanese-style bar (izakaya) we are going to talk about this time is located in the Ginzaicchoume, which appears normal and is located close to the main street. This bar is called “Tofuro”.
Goruya Ramen specialises in ‘iekei’, or house-style, ramen which is a style originally devised by Yokohama’s Yoshimura-ya ramen shop in 1974 and essentially inspired by the idea of combining Kyushu tonkotsu and Tokyo shōyu styles of ramen (and therefore colloquially known as ‘Yokohama-style’).
Chance to get free japanese sake! We are looking for people who will help us with a research about Japanese products! For people willing to help us, one lucky winner will receive this free japanese sake! Please apply by June 22th 2015. It is a self-made, low alcohol content, low-malt Japanese Sake.
The sushi is put in a bucket called an “oke” and brought to you. The typical order for delivery sushi is in a set. You can also order individual ones like at a kaiten-zushi (conveyor belt sushi) place.
One of my favourite things about blogging is the opportunity to go to events you normally wouldn’t, in particular food-related ones! Last month I went to “Experience Premium Japanese Food and Drink” at the Intercontinental London Park Lane, which was hosted by the Japan External Trade Organi
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